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Allen Bros. 



Raleigh, N. C. 






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Real Est ate l 

Bought, Subdivided, Developed 
Sold at Auction and Privately 



Tfje North Carolina. 

Yearbook 




1923 



PUBLISHED EVERY YEAR BY 

P 9| ' The News and Observer. 

|Njg 7| RALEIGH, N. C. 



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The Residential Sul urban Developments of Raleigh 
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Library of 
The University of North Carolina 



COLLECTION OF 

NORTH CAROLINIANA 



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ENDOWED BY • 

JOHN SPRUNT HILL 
of the Class of 1889 



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THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK 



SYDNOR & HUNDLEY 

Seventh and Grace Streets 
RICHMOND, VA. 

Everything Desirable in 

FURNITURE, CARPETS AND DRAPERIES 

For the Home or the Office 

Our six floors with 120,000 feet of floor space, filled with 
everything that is new and desirable in Furniture and 

ve buyer the great- 
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THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR I'.imiK 



A. HOEN & COMPANY 
LITHOGRAPHERS 

RICHMOND, VA. 

The Oldest Lithographic Firm in America 
Write for Samples of: 

Labels, Shoncarils — in black and colors. 
Tobacco and Cottcn Labels to order. 
Bonds and Commercial Lithography, 
Letterheads, Checks, etc. 

COUNTY AND SUBURBAN MAPS 
VIEWS OP REAL ESTATE 

A. HOEN & COMPANY 

LITHOGRAPHERS 

RICHMOND. - VIRGINIA 



0. C. KENNEDY, President Z. V. PEED, Vice President 

J. F. JOHNSON, Secretary & Treasurer 

Cherokee Brick Company 

S12-S14 Commercial Bank Bldg. 
RALEIGH, N. C. 



MANUFACTURERS OF COMMON BRICK 

Annual Capacity Over 
20,000,000 

PLANT AT BRICKHAVEN, N. C. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



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Page 

Automobiles Registered by Counties 

1922 148 

Banks and Bankers: 

State Banks 53 

National Banks 61 

Birth Kate 16 

Bond Issues by the State of North Caro- 
lina 150 

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of 

North Carolina 32 

Chiropractors 154 

Cordage Mills 67 

Cotton Mills '. 62 

County Affairs and Officials 33-53 

Dentists 94 

Doctors 85 

Eclipses of Sun and Moon, 1923 152 

Educational Institutions: 

Accredited High Schools and Principals 26 

Colleges and Schools For Negroes 26 

Denominational Colleges 24 

Directors Institutional Summer School* 26 

Orphanages 26 

Preparatory Schools and Principals ... 21 

State Institutions 24 

State Equalizing Fund. 1921-'22 80 

Special Building Fund, 1922 31 

Superintendents of Chartered Schools . . 32 

Furniture Factories 70 

Governors of North Carolina 142 

Knitting Mills 67 

Legal Holidays in North Carolina 69 

Lawyers 76 

North Carolina Day 132 

North Carolina Fairs 96 

North Carolina Railroads 130 

Newspapers and Editors 71 

North Carolina National Guard, The.... 152 

North Carolina in Congress 155 

Outstanding Facts About North Carolina 153 

Optometrists 153 

Official Vote: 

Vote For Corporation Commissioner — 

1922 140 

Vote on Constitutional Amendment, 

1922 141 

Vote For State Officers— 1920 142 

Vote for President, 1920 142 

Platforms: 

Democratic State Platform— 1922 13S 

Republican State Platform— 1922 136 

Population : 

Population— 1910-1920 IK! 

Population Growth in United States... 147 
Population North Carolina Cities and 

Towns— 1900-1920 HI 

Patterson Memorial Cup 155 

Postal Information 155 

Political Organizations: 

State Democratic Executive Committee 133 

Republican State Executive Committee 134 

Practicing Attorneys 76 

Practicing Dentists 94 

Practicing Physicians 85 

Property Values for 1920-'21 and Incomes 

of Counties 1 >'' 



Religious Organizations: 

Baptist Church ....". 97 

Catholic Church 1 1 > 

Christian Clmrch 11". 

Christian Science Church 118 

Free Will Baptist Church in: 

Jewish Organizations 118 

Methodist Episcopal Church, South .... lir. 

Methodist Protestant Church 113 

Moravian Church 11 : 

North Carolina Churches of Christ 

ciples) 113 

Presbyterian Church llo 

Primitive Baptist Church 11"' 

Protestant Episcopal Church 112 

Society of Friends 11: 

United Evangelical Lutheran Church .. 117 

Secretaries of the Navy 152 

Secretaries of State 84 

Signers of The Declaration ol In. I 

pendence '" 

Silk Mills 67 

Soldiers and Sailors From Bach Stab- in 

World War 117 

Soldiers and Sailors Who Lost Their Lives 

in the World War II* 



and Co-Operatlve 



Societies and Organizations: 
Air-Dried North Carolina Tine Club . . 
American Legion — Department oi North 

Carolina 

Association of County Superintendents. 

Association of Grammar Teachers 

Association of High School Tea 

and Principals 

Association of Music Teachers 

Association of Primary Teachers 

Association of Superior Court Clerks ... 
Citizens EUghwaj Association of North 

Carolina 

Eastern Carolina Chamber of Com- 
merce 

Farmers Convention 
Farmers Educational 

Union 

Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons . 

Grand Council Royal Arcanum 

(band Council Royal and 

Masters 

Grand Eneampmenl I. O. 0. F 

Grand Encampment of Knight, Templars 

of North ( lai ollna 

Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias 

(band Lodge I. (i. O; F. ol North 

Carolina 

Grand Lodge Masons 

Jr. O. U. A. M 

Kings 1 daughters 

Ma ter Pi Intel ■ Lssociatlon 

Medical Society Of North Carolina... 
Memorial Craftsmen Association of the 

Carolinas 

North Carolina Agricultural - 

North Carolina Vntl Saloon i.e. cue. . . 

\oitb Carolina \ ocla I ' < lUes. , 

North Carolina Association ol Jewl b 

Women 

North Carolina Association "i Register 

Of Heeds 

North Carolina Bankers Association . . . 
North Carolina Bai aca \ lal n .... 

North i ai olina Bar a joclation 

North Carolina Chiropractor \ 

elation 



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THE \OKTI! I'AKH|,[\A YEAR HOOK 



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North Carolina Cotton Growers Co- 
operative Association l- (! 

North Carolina Conference Epworth 

League 125 

North Carolina Education Association .. 126 

North Carolina Dental Society 125 

North Carolina Division Daughters of 

The American Revolution 12V 

North Carolina Division United Con- 
federate Veterans 128 

North Carolina Division United Daugh- 
ters of The Confederacy 123 

North Carolina Elks Association 123 

North Carolina Federation of Labor . . 129 
North Carolina Federation of Woman's 

Clubs 125 

North Carolina Folk Lore Society .... 127 

North Carolina Forestry Association... 129 

North Carolina Good Roads Association 123 

North Carolina Hospital Association. . . 130 
North Carolina Junior Baraca-Philathea 

Union 129 

North Carolina Landowners Association 122 
North Carolina League of Women 

Voters 129 

North Carolina Literary and Historical 

Association 127 

North Carolina Manufacturers Asso- 
ciation 127 

North Carolina Merchants Association.. 126 
North Carolina Municipal Association . . 127 
North Carolina Orphans Association.... 123 
North Carolina Pharmaceutical Asso- 
ciation 126 

North Carolina Press Association l-'l 

North Carolina Retail Clothiers Asso- 
ciation 123 

North Carolina Society of The Cin- 
cinnati 121 

North Carolina Society of The Daugh- 
ters of The Revolution 122 



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North Carolina Society of Engineers.. 129 
North Carolina Society of The Sons of 

The Revolution 121 

Ni nli Carolina State Reekeepers Asso- 
ciation 129 

North Carolina State Firemens Asso- 
ciation 123 

North Carolina State Optometric Society 121 
North Carolina Sunday School Asso- 
ciation 1 28 

North Carolina Teachers Assembly 126 

North Carolina Traffic Association ... 122 
Old Hickory Association, 30th Division, 

A. E. F 127 

Peanut Growers Association 125 

Rebekah State Assembly. I. O. O. F. 121 
State Council of North Carolina Jr. O. 

U. A. M 124 

State Farmers Alliance 125 

Scottish Society of A mer i ca lS - i 

Southern Furniture Manufacturers As- 
sociation 1 27 

Spanish War Veterans 122 

Sudan Temple, New Bern 126 

Tri-State Medical Association 126 

Western North Carolina Weekly Press 

Association 12a 

Wilmington-Charlotte- Asheville Highway 

Association 1 22 

Woman's Missionary Society of the 

Western N. C. Methodist Conference 125 

Speakers of the U. S. House 75 

State Government: 

Executive Department 3-16 

Judicial Department 19-23 

Legislative Department 17-19 

State Treasurers 23 

United States Senators 113 

Woolen Mills «7 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 



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Allen Bros.. Real Estate, Raleigh. .Front Cover 

American Book Company, New York 13 

Atlantic Life Insurance Co., Richmond, Va. E 
Baker-Thompson Lumber Company, Raleigh T2 
Barnes Safe and Vault Co., Richmond, Va. G 
Campbell- Warner Co., Monuments, Raleigh 15 
Commercial Printing Company, Raleigh.. 137 

Cherokee Brick Company, Raleigh D 

Citizens National Bank, Raleigh 7 

Commercial National Bank. The. Raleigh.. 5 

Darnell and Thomas, Raleigh 14 

Edwards and Broughton Printing Company 

Raleigh 19 

Emerson Drug Co., Baltimore, Md B 

Ginn and Company, New York 18 

Hoen, A., and Company, Lithographers, 

Richmond. Va. , D 

Hoff, Dr. F. T. , Raleigh 8 

Hotel Sir Walter, Raleigh 9 

Hotel Fairfax, Norfolk, Va., 147 

Hotel Richmond, Richmond, Va. 28 

Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Co., 

Greensboro 3 

Johnson Publishing Company, Richmond, 

Va 132 

Kings Business College, Raleigh and 

Charlotte 4 

Life Insurance Company of Virginia, 

Richmond, Va 12!) 

MrKimmon and McKee, Raleigh 24 

McPherson and Barnes, Insurance Agents, 

Raleigh C 

Mechanics Savings Bank, Raleigh 11 

Merchants National Bank, Raleigh 11 



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Monticello Hotel, The, Norfolk, Va 138 

Murphy's Hotel, Richmond, Va 144 

Nelson and Cooper, Raleigh and Durham a 
New England Mutual Life Insurance 

Company 135 

News and Observer, Raleigh 156 

North Carolina College For Women, The, 

Greensboro 25 

North Carolina State College of Agriculture 

and Engineering, Raleigh 21 

Negro Agricultural and Technical College 

of North Carolina, The, Greensboro 139 

Peace Institute, Raleigh 23 

Preacher, G. Lloyd and Company, Raleigh 10 
Pullen, A. M. and Company, Raleigh and 

Richmond, Va., 6 

Raleigh Banking and Trust Company 

Raleigh H 

Ricks Hotel, The, Rocky Mount 140 

Simpson, Frank B., Raleigh 141 

St. Mary's School, Raleigh 27 

Sydnor and Hundley, Richmond, Va., C 

Sydnor Pump and Well Company, Rich- 
mond, Va., E 

University of North Carolina, The, Chapel 

Hill 131 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., Richmond, 

Va. Back Cover 

Virginia Engraving Company, Richmond, 

Va «■ 

Wake County Savings Bank, Raleigh 12 

Y'arborough Hotel, Raleigh 20 

Y r ork, C. V., Construction Company, 

Raleigh 17 



STATE GOVERNMENT— K XECt'TIVE DEPARTMENT 



Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Co. 

GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 
JULIAN PRICE, President 



OVER 
$71,000,000.00 

INSURANCE IN FORCE IN 
NORTH CAROLINA 

(Nearly twice as much as any 
other Company in the world) 




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Home Office Building Now Being 
Erected 



OVER 
$180,000,000.00 



State Government 

(EXECUTIVE) 



GOVERNOR — Cameron Morrison, of Meck- 
lenburg. 

LIEUT. -GOVERNOR— W. B. Cooper, of New 
Hanover. 

PRIVATE SECRETARY TO GOVERNOR— 
William H. Richardson, of Wake. 

EXECUTIVE CLERK— Miss Mamie C. Tur- 
ner, of Wake. 

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY— Miss Margaret 
V. Willis, of Mecklenburg. 



DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

SECRETARY OF STATE— W. N. Everett, 
of Richmond. 

CORPORATION CLERK— Mrs. Minnie Bag- 
well Fox. Raleigh. 

GRANT CLERK— L. P. Denmark, Raleigh. 

CLERK— Mrs. Robert L. Middliton, Raleigh. 

CLERK — Miss Mary Bradley, Raleigh. 

CLERK— Mrs. I. E. Skinner, Raleigh. 

CLERK— Mrs. F. G. Davis, Raleigh. 

STENOGRAPHER— Mrs. Richard Musgrove. 
Raleigh. 

Auto Department. 

MOTOR SUPERVISOR— J. E. Sawyer, 
Raleigh. 

CHIEF CLERK— A. L. Fleming, Raleigh. 

GASOLINE AUDITOR — George Little, 
Raleigh. 

CASHIER— Annie H. Bobbitt, Raleigh. 

CLERK — Susie W. Taylor, Raleigh. 

CLERK — Lizzie Lee, Raleigh. 

BOOKKEEPER — Nannie R. Jones, Raleigh. 

CLERK — Roberta Crews, Raleigh. 

CLERK — Bettie Packer, Raleigh. 



CLERK— Ruby Little, Raleigh. 

clerk — Mrs, Benjamin Beach, Raleigh. 

INSPECTORS— Walter L. Horton, S. A 
Nichols, J. R. Pendergrast, George .T. Stud- 
dert, Raleigh. 



DEPARTMENT STATE AUDITOR. 

STATE AUDITOR— Baxter Durham. of 
Wake. 

CHIEF CLERK— K. II. Baker, of Franklin 

TAX CLERK— Connor W. Aycock, of 
Wake. 

TRAVELING AUDITOR— W. T. DLxotl. of 
Cleveland. 

CORPORATION CLERK— D. W. Terry, of 
Richmond. 

PENSION CLERK AND STENOGRAPHER 
—Mrs. ir. s. Gay, of Wayne. 

BOND CLERK AND STENOGRAPHED 
.Mrs. r. . d. Thomas, of < 

I'.ooKKEEPEK .Inn B BrlgBS, Ol W 
BOOKKEEPER— Miss L P. Btephenson, ol 

Wake. 



DEPARTMENT OP STATE TREASURER 

TREASURER- -Benjamin it Lacy, of Wake 
CHIEF CLERK— w. F. M ly, ol Mecklen- 
burg, 

TELLER -Henry B. winiunis.ui, of Samp- 
son. 

INSTITUTION CLERK H. M i- 
Orange. 
pond CLERK M Tones, of Harnett 
CORPORATION CLERK Ml ■ Vers Elling- 
ton, i>f Chatham. 



STATE GOVERNMENT -EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 




Tuition and living ex- 
penses low. Home Study 
courses also given. Send 
for catalog. 



is attained by preparation. "We 
offer six thorough, practical 
business courses by expert 
teachers and assist, through 
our Employment Bureau, 
graduates to positions. Enroll 
any time; no vacations. 




RALEIGH, N. C. 



E. Li. LAYFIELD, President 



CHARLOTTE. N. C. 



LICENSE CLERK— Miss Ethel Ferrell, ot 
Wake. 

CLERK— L. B. Parker, of Harnett. 



-Mis 



Lillian Ray, Ra- 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

SUPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— E. C. 
Brooks, Raleigh. 

STENOGRAPHER— Miss Elizabeth Stell, 
Raleigh. 

Division of Certification. 

DIRECTOR — A. S. Brower, Raleigh. 

SECRETARY— Miss Marybelle Delamar, 
Raleigh. 

ASSISTANT SECRETARY— Miss Frances 
Lacy, Raleigh. 

CERTIFICATE CLERK— Miss Mary Wiggs, 
Raleigh. 

STENOGRAPHER— Miss Carrie Moses, Ra- 
leigh. 

STENOGRAPHER— Miss Mexie Herring, Ra- 
leigh. 

STENOGRAPHER— Miss Gertrude Bell, Ra- 
leigh. 

STENOGRAPHER— Miss Irene Garnett, Ra- 
leigh. 

FILE CLERK— Miss Helen Snow, Raleigh. 

Division of Teacher Training. 

DIRECTOR— A. T. Allen, Raleigh. 

SUPERVISOR— Miss Hattie Parrott, Raleigh. 

SUPERVISOR - - Miss Susan Fulgham, 
Raliegh. 

SUPERVISOR— Mrs. T. E. Johnston, 
Raleigh. 

STENOGRAPHER— Mrs. B. R. Roberts, 
Raleigh. 

Division of Supervision. 

SUPERVISOR OF HIGH SCHOOLS— J. 
Ilenrv Highsmith, Raleigh. 

SUPERVISOR OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 
— L C. Brogden. 

SUPERVISOR OF SCHOOLS FOR ADULT 
ILLITERATES— Miss Elizabeth Kelly, Raleigh. 

STENOGRAPHER— Miss Willie Ray, Ra- 
leigh. 

Division of School Extension. 

DIRECTOR— J. B. Williamson, Raleigh. 

FILM INSPECTOR— James M- Williamson, 
Raleigh. 

Division of School Planning. 

DIRECTOR— J. J. Blair, Raleigh. 

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR— W. F. Credle, 
Raleigh. 

STENOGRAPHER— Miss Betsy Wade, Ra- 
leigh. 

Division of Negro Education. 

DIRECTOR— X. C. Newbold, Raleigh. 

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR— G. H. Ferguson, 
Raleigh. 

SECRETARY— Miss Annabel Pratt. Raleigh. 



STENOGRAPHER- 

leigh. 

SUPERVISOR OF TEACHER TRAINING 
AM> HIGH SCHOOLS— W. A. Robinson, 
Raleigh. 

SUPERVISOR OF ROSENWALD BUILD- 
INGS— G. E. Davis, Raleigh. 

SUPERVISOR OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 

Mrs. Annie W. Holland, Raleigh. 

Division of Finances and Statistics. 

DIRECTOR — A. S. Brower. Raleigh. 

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR— C. D. Douglas. 
Raleigh. 

LOAN FUND CLERK— L. n. Jobe, Raleigh. 

Board For Vocational Education. 
CHAIRMAN— E. C. Brooks, Raleigh; Miss 
Mary Arrington, W. F. Carr, Leonard Tufts. 

Division of Vocational Education. 

DIRECTOR— T. E. Br6wne, Raleigh. 

SUPERVISOR HOME ECONOMICS— Miss 
Edith Thomas, Raleigh. 

SUPERVISOR AGRICULTURE— Roy H. 
Thomas, Raleigh. 

SUPERVISOR TRADES AND INDUSTRIES 
—George W. Coggin, Raleigh. 

SUPERVISOR INDUSTRIAL REHABILI- 
TATION— H. L. Stanton, Raleigh. 

ASSISTANT SUPERVISOR INDUSTRIAL 
REHABILITATION— P. J. Ranson, Raleigh. 

ASSISTANT SUPERVISOR HOME ECO 
NOMICS — Miss Katherine Moran, Raleigh. 

ASSISTANT SUPERVISOR AGRICULTURE 
— R. A. Olney, Raleigh. 

ASSISTANT SUPERVISOR TRADES AND 
INDUSTRIES— M. L. Rhodes, Raleigh. 

STENOGRAPHER— Mrs. Thus. W. King, 
Raleigh. 

STENOGRAPHER— Miss Ruby Robertson, 
Raleigh. 

Division of Publication. 

DIRECTOR— W. H. Pittman, Raleigh. 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL— James S. Manning, 
of Wake. 

ASSISTANT ATTORNEY-GENERAL— Frank 
Nash, of Orange. 

STENOGRAPHER— Miss Lillian Turner, of 

Wake. 

CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

CHAIRMAN— W. T. LEE, of Haywood. 

COMMISSIONER— George P. Pell, of 
Forsyth. 

COMMISSIONER— Allen J. Maxwell, of 
Craven. 

CLERK— R. 0. Self, of Jackson. 

RATE CLERK— W. G. Womble, of Wake. 

CHIEF STATE BANK EXAMINER— C. La- 
tham, of Henderson. 



THK XOKTII CAROLINA TEAR BOOK 



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The Commercial National Bank 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
"In the Heart of the Business District" 




Resources Over $7,000,000.00 

WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. 
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. 



OFFICERS: 



B. S. JERMAN. President. 

CAREY J. HUNTER, Vice-President. 

E. B. CROW. Active Vice-President. 



A. P. BAUMAN. Cashier. 

B. H. LITTLE. Assistant C.ishii>r. 

J. M. SHERWOOD. Assistant Cashier. 



STATE GOVERNMENT— EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 



A.M.PULLEN & CO. 

CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 

(Virginia) 

Members American Institute of Accountants 

Audits, Examinations, Business Systems 

Raleigh Office: 301-2 Citizens National Bank Building 
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 



DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND PRINTING 

COMMISSIONER— M. L. Shipman, of Hen- 
derson. 

ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER— Lawrence E. 
Nichols, of Wake. 

STATE FREE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE— 
M. L. Shipman, Director, Raleigh; Miss An- 
nie Travis, Assistant Director, Raleigh ; John 
D. Cole, Supt., Asheville; Wade H. Vause, 
Supt., Charlotte; Miss Dorothy McDowell, Supt, 
Greensboro; Bellamy Harriss, Supt., Wilming- 
ton; W. T. Carter, Supt., Winston-Salem, 
Alfred H. Gerrans, Supt., New Bern. 
State Printers. 

Bynum Printing Company. 

Capital Printing Company. 

Commercial Printing Company. 

Edwards and Broughton Printing Company. 

Mitchell Printing Company. 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

COMMISSIONER— W. A. Graham, Lincoln. 

SECRETARY AND PURCHASING AGENT— 
K. W. Barnes, Wilson. 

CHIEF CLERK— Miss M. H. McKimmon, 
Raleigh. 

DIRECTOR EXPERIMENT STATION— B. 
W. Kilgore, Raleigh. 

CURATOR MUSEUM— H. H. Brimley, Ra- 
leigh 

STATE VETERINARIAN— William Moore, 
Raleigh. 

ENTOMOLOGIST— Franklin Sherman, Ra- 
leigh. 

STATE FOOD AND OIL CHEMIST— W. M. 
Allen, Raleigh. 

STATE DEMONSTRATION AGENT— C. R. 
Hudson, Raleigh. 

STATE HOME DEMONSTRATION AGENT 
— Mrs. Jane S. McKimmon, Raleigh. 

BOTANY DIVISION— J. L. Burgess, Raleigh. 

AGRICULTURAL EDITOR— F. H. Jeter, 
Raleigh. 

STATE HORTICULTURIST— C. D. Mat- 
thews, Raleigh. 

AGRONOMIST— C. B. Williams, Raleigh. 

MARKETS— B. F. Brown. Chief, Raleigh. 

ANIMAL INDUSTRY— R. S. Curtis, Acting 
Chief, Raleigh. 

DRAINAGE ENGINEER— F. O. Bartel, 

Raleigh. 

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT 

COMMISSIONER— Stacey W. Wade, of 
Carteret. 

CHIEF DEPUTY COMMISSIONER— S. F. 
Campbell, of Wake. 

CHIEF CLERK— A. L Fletcher, of Wake. 

CASHIER AND TAX CLERK— Miss Ida 
Montgomery, of Warren. 

LICENSE AND RECORD CLERK— Miss 
Era Powell, of Wake. 



ACTUARY— H. T. Bronson, of Guilford. 

ACCOUNTANT— I. G. Farrow, of Dare. 

RATE CLERK— W. M. Royster, of Gran- 
ville. 

FILE CLERK— Miss L. E. Lucas, of Hyde. 

FIRE MARSHAL DEPARTMENT— Deputy 
and Investigator, W. A. Scott, of Guilford; F. 
M. Jordan, of Buncombe. 

FIRE ENGINEER— Sherwood Brockwell, of 
Wake. 

DEPUTY, ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR— N. 
E. Cannady. of Granville. 

PUBLICITY, FIRE PREVENTION— Andrew 
Joyner, of Guilford. 

EXAMINER— W. J. Keyes, of Wake. 



DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE 

COMMISSIONER— A. D. Watts, Iredell. 
CHIEF CLERK— O. S. Thompson, Wake. 
DEPUTY COMMISSIONER— Luke Lamb, 

Martin. ■ 

ADJUTANT GENERALS DEPARTMENT 

ADJUTANT GENERAL— General John Van 
B. Mets, Raleigh. 

ASSISTANT ADJUTANT GENERAL— Major 
Gordon Smith, Raleigh. 



STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION 

CHAIRMAN— Frank Pajre, Raleigh. 

STATE HIGHWAY ENGINEER— Charles M. 
Upham, Raleigh. 

AUDITOR— Homer Peele. Raleigh. 

BRIDGE ENGINEER— W. L. Craven 
Raleigh. 

TESTS ANT) INVESTIGATIONS. ASSIST- 
ANT ENGINEER— G. W. Hutchinson, Raleigh. 

SUPT. MECHANICAL DIVISION— Charles 
D. Farmer, Raleigh. 

ATTORNEY— W. E. Cohoon, Elizabeth City. 

CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERS— G. E. Mc- 
Nutt, E. E. Strohn, W. E. Hawkins, Raleigh. 

Commissioners and District Engineers. 

Firts District — W. E. Hart, Commissioner, 
Tarboro; J. C. Gardner, District Engineer, 
Tarboro. 

Second District — J. E. Cameron, Commis- 
sioner, Kinston^ R. E. Snowden, District En- 
gineer, Kinston. 

Third District — W. A. McGirt, Commis- 
sioner, Wilmington; W. F. Morsen, District 
Engineer, Wilmington. 

Fourth District — John Sprunt Hill, Com- 
missioner, Durham; F. E. Schnepfe, District 
Engineer, Durham. 

Fifth District — J. Elwood Cox, Commis- 
sioner, High Point; John G. Waldrop, District 
Engineer, Greensboro. 

Sixth District — W. E. Wilkinson, Commis- 
sioner, Charlotte; J. B. Pridgen, District 
Engineer, Charlotte. 



THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK 




THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, Raleigh, N. C. 

Our Savings Department 

THE RALEIGH SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY— I r r on 

Savings Accounts— Payable Quarterly. The most careful attention 

given to all Fiduciary and Trust Matters 

AFFORDING DOUBLE PROTECTION TO OUR PATRONS 

ASSETS, $10,163,487.07 



STATE GOVERNMENT— EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 




AFFECTIONS OF ANY OF THE 

FOLLOWING PARTS MAY BE CAUSED BY 
NERVES IMPINGED AT THE SPINET 
BY A SUBLUXATED VERTEBRA 



* BRAIN 
EYES 
EARS 
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THROAT 
ARMS 
HEART 
LUNCS 
LIVER 
STOMACH 
PANCREAS 
SPLEEN 
KIDNEYS 
SMALL BOWEL 
LARGE BOWEL 
GENITAL ORGANS 
THICH3 4 LEGS 



Chiropractic 

(SPINAL) 

Adjustments 

Will 

Remove the 
Cause of 



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Raleigh's Pioneer Chiropractor 

CHIROPRACTOR 
X-RAY 

815 Commercial lt:mk Building 
Raleigh, \. C. 



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sioner, Sparta; 
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Eighth District— A. M Kistler, 
Morgaiiton; H. E. Noell, 
Engineer, Marion. 

Ninth District — .1. 
sioner, Asheville 
Engineer, Asheville. 



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Stikeleatlier, 
M. Peyton, 



Commis- 

District 



Commis- 

District 



STATE 



BOARD OF CHARITIES AND 
PUBLIC WELFARE 

Burr Johnson, 



-Mrs 



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COMMISSIONER 
Raleigh. 

FIELD AGENT— Roy M. Brown, Raleigh. 

CHILD WELFARE BUREAU— M. Emeth 
Tuttle, Mary G. Shotwell, Raleigh. 
STAFF SECRETARY— Nell Rattle 
Raleigh. 

PSYCHO-PATHOLOGIST— Harry VV. 
Chapel Hill. 

CONSULTING EXPERT— Howard W 
Chapel Hill. 



Lewis, 

Crane, 
Odum, 



STATES PRISON 

GEORGE R. POU. Supt., Raleigh. 
S. H. BUSBEE, Warden, Raleigh. 
CHIEF CLERK— Hugh A. Love, Raleigh. 



SOLDIERS' HOME 
.1. A. WIGGS. Supt., Raleigh. 



STATE HOSPITAL 

DR. ALBERT ANDERSON, Supt., Raleigh. 

STATE BOARD OF HEALTH 

J HOWELL WAY. M.D., Pies., Waynesville. 

RICHARD H. LEWIS, M.D., L.L.D., Ra- 
leigh. 

CHARLES E. WADDELL, C.E.. Asheville. 

THOMAS E. ANDERSON. M.D., Statesville. 

A .(. CROWELL, M.D.. Charlotte 

(HAS. O'H. LAUGHINGHOUSE, M.D., 
i .! eenville. 

CYRUS THOMPSON, M.D., Jacksonville. 

F. R. HARRIS, M.D., Henderson. 

E. J. TUCKER. D.D.S.. Roxboro. 
Executive Staff at Raleigh: 

W. S. RANKIN, M.D., Secretary State 
Board of Health and State Health Officer. 

RONALD B. WILSON, Assistant to the Sec- 
retary. 

C. A. SHORE, M.D., Director State Labor- 
atory of Hygiene. 

L. B. McBRAYER, M.D., Superintendent of 
the State Sanatorium for Treatment of 
Tuberculosis and Chief Bureau of" Tuber- 
culosis. 



<;. M COOPER, M.D.. Chief of Medical In- 
spection oi Schools. 
K. IV B. BONNER, M. D.. Chief of Bureau 

of Maternity and Infancy. 
H. E. MILLER, C.E., Chief of Bureau of 

Engineering and Inspection. 
F. M. REGISTER, M.D., Deputy State 

Registrar of Vital Statistics. 
.1 S. MITCHENER, M.D., Chief of Bureau 

of Epidemiology. 



THE NORTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL 
COMMISSION 

COMMISSIONERS— M. C. S. Noble. Chapel 
Hill; Frank Wood, Edenton; Heriot Clarkson, 
Charlotte; Thomas M. Pittman, Henderson. 

SECRETARY— D. H. Hill. Raleigh. 

LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE LIBRARIAN— 
Henry M. London. Raleigh. 

COLLECTOR FOR HALL OF HISTORY— 
Fred A Olds, Raleigh. 

AKCIIIYIST— R. I'.. House, Raleigh. 



BUDGET COMMISSION 

CAMERON MORRISON. Chairman. 
GILES, of Marion. 
DOUGHTON. of Snarta. 
VARSER of Lumberton. 
WALTER MURPHY', of Salisbury. 
(Republican Member to be appointed. > 



GOV. 

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Pauline 



STATE LIBRARY 
LIBRARIAN— Miss Carrie Broughton 
leigh. 

ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN— Miss 

Hill. Raleigh. 

ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN— Miss A. Weath- 
er-. Raleigh. 

ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN— Mrs. \\ . S 

Broughton. Raleigh. 



LIBRARY COMMISSION 



Raleigh. 
C. Leak, Rock- 



CHAIRMAN— E C. Brooks 

VICE-CHAIRMAN— Mrs. W. 
ingham. 

TREASURER— Carrie L. Broughton. Raleigh. 

SECRETARY AND DIRECTOR— Mary B. 
Palmer. Raleigh. 

ASSISTANT SECRETARY*— Annie F. Petty, 
of Randolph. 

LIBRARIAN— Mary S. Yates, of Wake. 

COMMISSIONERS— E. C. Brooks, Raleigh; 
A M. Scales. Greensboro; J. P. Breedlove, 
Durham; Mrs. W. C. Leak, Rockingham; Mary 
B. Palmer, Raleigh. 

TRUSTEES STATE LIBRARY 
Tb.3 Governor. Superintendent of Public In- 
fraction, Secretary of State. 



THE XOHTI1 CAROLINA TEAR I'.diik 



HOTEL SIR WALTER 



RALEIGH, .VORTII (A KOI. IN \ 



WILL OPEN TO THE PUBLIC ABOUT AUG., 1923 

T. L. BLAND & \. ST. (1,(111), Lessees 




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G. LLOYD PREACHER NICHOLAS MITCHELL 

GEORGE HARWELL BOND 



G. Lloyd Preacher & Co. 

Architects and 
Engineers 




ATLANTA 

Healey 

Bldg. 



RALEIGH 

Commercial Bank 

Bldg 



COUNCIL OF STATE 

Secretary of State, Treasurer, Auditor, and 
Superintendent of Public Instruction, and At- 
torney-General ex officio legal adviser Execu- 
tive .Department. 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION 

The Governor, lieutenant-Governor, Secre- 
tary of State, Auditor, Treasurer, Superinten- 
dent of Public Instruction and Attorney-Gen- 

eraL 

STATE BOARD OF PENSIONS 

The Governor, Auditor and Attorney-General. 



Second District — J. J. Harris, JIacon. 
Third District — R. L. Woodard. Pamlico. 
Fourth District — Clarence Poe. Raleigh. 



Filth District— R. W 

Sixth District— A. T. 

Seventh District — C. 
Creek. 

Eighth District— H. ( 

Ninth District — W. 
Point. 

Tenth District — A. Cannon 



Scott, Haw River. 
McCallum, Red Springs. 
C. Wright, Hunting 

|. Alexander, Matthews. 
B. McLelland, Stoney 



Horse Shoe. 



COUNTY BOARD OF PENSIONS 

The Clerk of the Court and three ex-Con- 
federate soldiers appointed by the State Auditor. 



BOARD OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND 
GROUNDS 

The Governor. Secretary of State. Treasurer 
and Attorney-General. 



PRINTING COMMISSION 

The Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor, 
Treasurer, Superintendent Public Instruction 
and Attorney-General. 



STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS 
P. M. Pearsall, Chm., New Bern. 
Clarence Call, Wilkesboro. 
R. T. Claywell, Morganton. 
W. J. Davis, Hendersonville. 
B. S. Royster, Oxford 



BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 
W. A. Graham, ex officio Chairman. Raleigh 
First District— F. P. Latham, Belhaven. 



STATE BOARD OF CHARITIES AND 
PUBLIC WELFARE. 

M. L. Kesler, Thomasville. 

Carey J. Hunter, Raleigh. 

Mrs. Walter F. Woodard, Wilson. 

W. A. Blair. Winston-Salem 

Mrs. Thomas W. Lingle, Davidson. 

Mrs. J. W. Pless, Marion 

A W. McAlister, Greensboro. 



FISHERIES COMMISSION. 
J. C. Baum, Poplar Branch. 
E. H. Freeman, Wilmington. 
J. K. Dixon, Chairman, Trenton. 
W. O. Saunders, Elizabeth City. 
John A. Nelson, Com., Morehead City. 
S. P. Hancock, Beaufort. 



STATE GEOLOGICAL BOARD. 

John H. Small, Beaufort. 
C. C. Smoot. Wilkesboro. 
F. R. Hewett. Asheville. 
S. Westray Battle. Asheville. 



STATE VETERINARY BOARD. 

L. J. Herring, Secretary, Wilson. 
A. C. Jones. High Point 



THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAH ROOK 



Merchants National Bank 

RALEIGH, N. C. 

SERVICE SATISFACTION SAFETY 




Raleigh Banking & Trust Company 



RALEIGH, N. C. 

Oldest Bank in Raleigh 



Mechanics Savings Bank 

RALEIGH, N. C. 

One of the Strong Savings Banks of Raleigh 

ALL, THE ABOVE BANKS VAX 1 
INTEREST COMPOUNDED <H AHTi:HI.% 

We Invite Your BunIiu'hn. 
W. B. DRAKE, Jr., President of the Above Three Hank- 



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WAKE COUNTY SAVINGS BANK 



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—PAYS 

INTEREST 

% On Your Deposits 



Thos. H. Briggs, President 

W. B. Grimes, Vice-President 

W. W. Vass, Cashier 

Wm. P. Little, Assistant Cashier 



Compounded Quarterly 



RALEIGH, N. C. 



NORTH CAROLINA COTTON COMMISSION. 

A. \V. McLean, Lumberton. 

R. O. Everett, Durham. 

L. J Baker Palmyra. 

(Commission was created in 1921 to act in 
conjunction with similar Commissions in other 
Southern States. 



TEXT BOOK COMMISSION. 

T. Wingate Andrews, Salisbury. 
N. F. Steppe, Marion. 
Miss Jane C. Sullivan, Asheville. 
Thomas R. Foust, Greensboro. 
Miss Mary Graham, Charlotte. 
Miss Celeste Henkel, Statesville. 
C. S. Warren, Hamlet. 



MOUNT MITCHELL PARK COMMISSION. 

Locke Craig, Asheville. 

.1. S. Holmes, Chapel Hill. 

B. F. Watson, Burnsville. 

C. A. Webb, Asheville. 
J S. Carr, Durham. 

George T. Winston, Asheville. 



N. C. GEOLOGICAL AND ECONOMIC 
SURVEY. 

State Geologist — Joseph Hyde Pratt. Chapel 
Hill. 

State Forester— J. S. Holmes, Chapel Hill. 

Secretary — Miss Minnie Queen, Chapel Hill. 

Cameron Morrison. Ex officio Chairman. Ra- 
leigh. 

M ■mbers of Board — Frank Hewett, Asheville. 
R. G. Lassiter, Oxford ; John Sprunt Hill, Dur- 
ham; C. C. Smoot, 3d., North Wilkesboro. 



DIRECTORS NORTH CAROLINA COLLEGE 
FOR WOMEN, GREENSBORO. 

E. E. Britton, Raleigh. 

H. G. Chatham, Winston-Salem. 

A. J. Connor, Rich Square. 

•I. L. Nelson, Lenoir. 

Joseph Rosenthal, Goldsboro. 

Mrs. Minnie Mclver Brown, Chadbourn. 

C. H. Mebane, Newton. 

J D. Murphy. Asheville. 

Mrs. Junius Grimes, Washington. 

Mrs. R. J. Reynolds, Winston-Salem. 

Miss Easdale Shaw, Rockingham. 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF SAMARCAND 
MANOR. 

President— A. A. McGeachy. D.D., Charlotte 
Vice-President— E. Delia Dixon-Carroll. Ra- 
leigh. 

Sec. and Treas.— Mrs. J. R. Paae. Aberdeen. 
Mrs. W. S. Everett. Rockingham. 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS N. C. STATE COL- 
LEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND 
ENGINEERING. 

P. S. Boyd, Mooresville. 

T. T. Thorne, Rocky Mount. 

H. L. Stevens. Warsaw. 

C. W. Gold, Greensboro. 
T. E. Vann, Como. 

T. T. Ballinger, Tryon. 
O. L. Clark. Clarkton. 
M. B. Stiekley, Concord. 
Clarence Poe. Raleigh. 
W. H. Williamson, Raleigh. 
W. R. Bonsol, Hamlet. 

D. R. Noland, Crabtree. 

Claud B. Williams, Elizabeth City. 

Junius F. Diggs, Rockingham. 

E. R. Johnson, Currituck. 
W. S. Lee, Charlotte. 

Charles L. Tomlinson, High Point. 



TRUSTEES A. AND T. COLLEGE. 
GREENSBORO. 

Frank Armfleld. Concord. 

S. P. Collier. Jr., Winston-Salem. 

J. H. Coward, Ay den. 

F. W. Dunlap. Wadesboro. 

J. J. Farriss. High Point. 

M. C. S. Noble. Chapel Hill. 

A. M. Scales. Greensboro. 

C. M. Vanstory, Greensboro. 

W. L. Poteat. Wake Forest. 



DIRECTORS STATE PRISON. 

James A. Leak, Chm., Wadesboro. 
A. L. Bullock. Rowland. 
Richard M. Chatham, Elkin. 
E. B. Ficklen, Greenville. 
W. M. Saunders. Smithfield. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH 

CAROLINA. 

Cameron Morrison, Governor. President ex 
officio of the Board of Trustees. 

E. C. Brooks. Superintendent of Public In- 
struction, member ex officio of the Board of 
Trustees. 

Henry M. London, Secretary. 
Executive Committee: 

Cameron Morrison, ex officio. Chairman : E. 
C Brooks. Claudius Dockery, J. W. Graham. 
Walter Murphy, R. H. Lewis, C. L. Smith, 
Charles Whedbee, J. S. Manning, F. D. 
Winston, \V. N. Everett, W. P. Bynum, J. S. 
Carr, Josephus Daniels, A. M. Scales. 
Members of the Board. 

Thomas Contee Bowie, West Jefferson. 

William E. Breese. Brevard. 

Bennehan Cameron, Stagville. 



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PIANOS— PLAYER PIANOS 

VICTROLAS and RECORDS 

Write for Catalog and Terms 

DARNELL & THOMAS 

"Our Reputation is Your Insurance" 
118 Fayetteville Street RALEIGH, N. C. 



James Lester DeLaney, Charlotte. 

Adolphus Hill Eller, Winston-Salem. 

John William Fries, Winston-Salem. 

George Kenneth Grantham, Dunn. 

Charles Felix Harvey, Kinston. 

John A. Hendrix. Marshall. 

William Lanier Hill, Warsaw. 

George Allan Holderness, Tarboro 

John C. Lamb, Williamston. 

Richard Harry Lewis, Raleigh. 

Henry M. London, Raleigh. 

Addison Goodloe Mangum, Gastonia. 

James Smith Manning, Raleigh. 

John Archibald Parker. Charlotte. 

John J. Parker. Monroe. 

Robert Lee Smith, Albemarle. 

George S. Steele. Rockingham. 

Walter Frank Taylor, Goldsboro. 

Thomas Davis Warren, New Bern. 

B. B. Williams, Warrenton. 

John Kenyon Wilson. Elizabeth City 

Stanley Winborne, Murfreesboro. 

David Colin Barnes, Murfreesboro. 

Perrin Busbee. Raleigh. 

Julian Shakespeare Carr, Durham. 

Josephus Daniels Raleigh. 

William Dunn, Jr., New Bern. 

Augustus Washington Graham, Oxford. 

George Chancellor Green, Weldon. 

Harry Percy Grier. Statesville. 

John Bryan Grimes, Raleigh. 

Alexander Hawkins Graham, Hillsboro. 

Luther Thompson Hartsell. Concord. 

Rufus Lafayette Haymore. Mount Airy. 

John Wetmore Hinsdale. Jr., Raleigh 

Franklin P. Hobgood, Oxford. 

William Stamps Howard, Tarooro. 

Maxey L. John, Laurinburg. 

Paul Jones Long, Jackson. 

John Hall Manning. Kinston. 

Angus Wilton McLean, Lumberton 

George McNeill Rose, Fayetteville. 

James Sprunt. Wilmington. 

George Stephens. 

Julian Knox Warren, Trenton. 

Lindsey Warren. Washington. 

Benjamin Leonidas Banks. Gatesville. 

William Hyslop Sumner Burgwyn, Woodland. 

William Preston Bynum, Greensboro. 

P.urton Craige, Winston-Salem. 

Reuben Oscar Everett. Durham. 

John Washington Graham. Hillsboro. 

James Lee Hyatt, Burnsville. 

Benjamin Kittrell Lassiter. Oxford. 

Stahle Linn. Salisbury. 

Frank A. Linney. Boone. 

Jacob Elmer Long. Graham 

Walter Murphy, Salisbury. 

Henry Allison Page, Aberdeen. 

Edgar Walker Pharr, Charlotce. 

Tasker Polk, Warrenton. 

Robert Burwell Redwiiic. Monroe. 

Alexander Abe Shuford. Jr.. Hickory. 

Charles Lee Smith. Raleigh. 



Eugene Jackson Tucker, Roxboro 
Zeb Vance Walser. Lexington. 
Leslie Weil. Goldsboro. 
Charles Whedbee, Hertford. 
John Nestor Wilson, Greensboro. 
Francis Donnell Winston, Windsor. 
Albert Edgar Woltz, Gastonia. 
Thomas Hall Battle Rocky Mount. 
James McEntire Carson. Rutherfordton. 
Frederick Jackson Coxe, Wadesboro 
Willie Reid Dalton. Reidsville. 
Claudius Dockery, Troy. 
Rufus Alexander Doughton, Sparta. 
William Nash Everett, Rockingham. 
James T. Exum, Snow Hill. 
Ephraim Lash Gaither. Mocksville 
Thomas Jackson Gold, High Point. 
James Alexander Gray. Winston-Salem. 
John Sprunt Hill, Durham. 
Charles Andrew Jonas, Lincolnton. 
Josiah Crudup Kittrell, Henderson. 
Julian Smith Mann, Fairfield. 
John Henry Pearson, Jr , Morganton. 
Willie Mangum Person. Louisburg. 
Augustus Hobson Price Salisbury. 
James Dick Proctor, Lumberton. 
Alfred Moore Scales. Greensboro. 
Dorman Thompson, Statesvile. 
Graham Woodard. Wilson. 
Clement Gillespie Wright, Greensboro 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES EAST CAROLINA 

TEACHERS TRAINING SCHOOL, 

GREENVILLE. 

F. C. Harding. Greenville. 
J. B. Leigh Elizabeth City. 
A. McDowell, Scotland Neck. 
Y. T. Ormond, Kinston. 
R. L. McLeod, Maxton. 
J. R. Bannerman, Burgaw. 
Gray R. King, Nashville. 
A. B. Andrews. Raleigh. 
Rudolph Duffy, Jacksonville. 
E. C. Brooks. State Supt. Public Instruc- 
tion, Chairman Ex Officio. 



DIRECTORS CONFEDERATE WOMAN'S 
HOME. FAYETTEVILLE. 

James A. Bryan, New Bern 
W. E. MeGill. Fayetteville. 
J. W. McLaughlin. Sanford. 
T. T Thorne, Rocky Mount. 
George M. Rose. Fayetteville. 
W. H. White. Oxford. 



TRUSTEES MOSES H. CONE MEMORIAL 
HOSPITAL. 

Hugh G. Chatham, Elkin. 

J. Elwood Cox, High Point. 

J. Lindsay Patterson, Winston-Salem. 



STATK GOVERNMENT KXECUTTVE DEPARTMENT 



MEMBER MEMORIAL CRAFTSMEN OE AMERICA 

Campbell- Warner Company 

JUST BACK OF UNION STATION 

210-212 South West Street Raleigh, N. C. Bell Phone 1131 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

Monuments 
Iron Fencing 
Building Stone 



Cemetery Work a specialty 
Work erected anywhere 




DIRECTORS STATE SCHOOL FOR THE 
BLIND AND DEAF, RALEIGH. 

R. S. Busbee, Raleigh. 
Charles W. Home, Clayton. 
A. L. McNeill, Sanford. 
Dr. W. A. Rogers, Franklin. 
Richard R. Boyd, Warrenton. 
H. H. McLendon, Wadesboro 
Joseph E. Pogue, Raleigh. 
J. T. Rowland, Raleigh 
J. T. Alderman, Henderson. 
C. M. Wilson, Wilsons Mills. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES STONEWALL JACK- 
SON MANUAL TRAINING AND 
INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. 
CONCORD. 

J. P. Cook. Chm.. Concord. 

Jno. J. Blair, Secretary, Raleigh. 

E. P. Wharton, Greensboro. 

D. B. Coltrane, Treas., Concord. 

H. A. Royster, M. D., Raleigh. 

R. O. Everett. Durham. 

Herman Cone, Greensboro. 

Mrs. W. H. S. Burgwyn. Raleigh. 

Mrs. A. L. Coble, Statesville. 

Mrs. D. Y. Cooper, Henderson. 

Mrs. W N. Reynolds. Winston. 

Miss Easdale Shaw. Rockingham. 

Mrs. I. W. Faison. Charlotte. 

Mrs. T. W. Bickett. Raleigh. 



TRUSTEES SOLDIERS HOME. RALEIGH. 

W. J. Andrews, Raleigh. 
Miss Martha Haywood, Raleigh. 
Armstead Jones. Raleigh. 
Mrs. R. E. Little. Wadesboro. 
Julian S. Carr. Durh>in\ 
Baxter Durham. Raleigh. 
Claude Barbee, Raleigh. 



DIRECTORS CASWELL TRAINING SCHOOL. 
KINSTON. 

W. P. Anderson, Wilson. 
James P. Bunn, Rocky Mount. 
Dr. I W. Faison, Charlotte. 
Dr. J. L. McMillan, Red Springs. 
W. P. Parsons. Wadesboro 
Mrs. S. P. Sitterson, Kinston. 
James F. McMahon, Raleigh. 
Dr. M. R. Stephenson. Seaboard. 
A. B. Croom, Jr., Wilmington. 



DIRECTORS STATE SCHOOL FOR THE 
DEAF AND BLIND, MORGANTON. 

James F. Barrett. Ashevillo. 
Janniss Morrill. Faulklaml. 
W. W. Neal, Marion 
J. L. Scott, Jr.. Graham. 
W. R Whitson. Asheville. 
Mrs. I. P. Jeter, Morganton. 
A. C Miller. Shelby. 



DIRECTORS STATE HOSPITAL. 
GOLDSBORO. 

C. P. Aycock, Pantego 

II. M. Blue, Laurlnburg 

H. V. Horton. Winston Salem. 

F. B. McKinne, Loulsburg. 

Nathan O'Berry. Goldsboro. 
H. C. McQueen. Wilmington. 
John D. Robinson. Wnllnc- 



BOARD OF ARCHITECTURAL EXAMINATION 
AND REGISTRATION. 

W. E. Buyer. Secretary, Charlotte, 
w. c. Northup, Winston Sal 

W. G. Rogers. Chin 

W ii Txird. Asheville 
iiarrv Barton, Greensboro. 
.Tas F Game, Jr., Wllmingl 
J. it. Lynch, Wilmington. 



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DIRECTORS STATE HOSPITAL, 
MORGANTON 

J. R. Boyd. Waynesvllle. 

C. E. Brooks. Hendersonville 

-Mrs. E. C. Stafford. Asheville. 

C. C. Cranford. Asheboro. 

J. H. Giles, Glen Alpine. 

G. S. Kirhy. Marion. 

S. M. Robinson, Gastonia. 

John M. Scott. Charlotte. 

C. P. Wharton, Greensboro. 



DIRECTORS STATE HOSPITAL, RALEIGH 

James H. Bridgers. Henderson. 

Joseph G. Brown. Raleigh 

Leslie B. Evans. Windsor. 

Felix Harvey, Kinston. 

George Howard, Tarboro. 

Walter L. Parsons. Rockingham. 

L. R Varser. Lumherton. 

John F. Wiley, Durham. 

Mrs. Marshall F. Williams, Faison 



TRUSTEES ORTHOPOEDIC HOSPITAL. 
GASTONIA. 

Charles B. Armstrong, Gastonia 
W. ('. Bivens. Wadesboro. 
Archibald Johnson. Thomasville. 
R. B. Babington, Gastonia. 
George Blanton, Shelby 
F. C. Harding. Greenville. 
R. R. Ray. McAdenville. 
J. Lee Robinson, Gastonia. 
Morgan B. Spier, Charlotte. 



DIRECTORS A. & N. C. RAILROAD. 

Officers: 

President— Dr. Joseph F. Patterson, New- 
Bern. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Stamps Howard 
Tarboro. 

Attorney — W. F. Evan?. Raleigh. 

State's Proxy — L. W. Tucker, Greenville. 

Auditor— Charles V. Webb. Morehead Citv 

State Expert— T. Bodie Ward. Wilson 

Finance Commission — J. Y. .Toymr. LnOrangp; 
W. M. Webb. Morehead Citv; John S 
Weskett. Bayboro. 
Directors: 

C. D. Bradham, New Bern. 

H. T. Bateman. Wilson.- 

T. Austin Finch. Thomasville. 

M. L Jones. Goldsboro. 

Courtney Mitch»ll. Kinston. 

W. C. Petty. Charlotte. 

David F. McKinney, Louishurg. 

Joseph F. Patterson. New Bern. 



DIRECTORS NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD. 

Officers- 

President — Wade H. Harris. Charlotte 

Secretary and Treasurer— Archibald Johnson. 
Thomasville. 

State Expert — Charles F. Dalton. Charlotte. 

State's Proxy — Be"i ,T. Smith, ChaHott^ 

Attorney— R. N. Hatckett, North Wilkesboro. 
Directors- 

T "h" F Row1e= 'Statpsv 11 '" 

W. T. Brown. Winston-Salem. 

C W Johnston. Charlotte. 

■Robert Lassitor. Charlotte. 

R H. W Stone. Greensboro. 

Wiliam Weill. Charlotte 

Gilbert C. White, Durham. 

STATE ROARD OF RFR ISTR ATiON OF 
ENGINEERS AND I A M r> SURVEYORS 

P. H. Daggett, Chapel Hill. 

N. C. Mullican. Mocksville. 

Harry St. George Tucker, Secretary, Raleigh 

Chares E. Waddell. Asheville. 

Gilbert C. Whit?, Durham. 



STATE STANDARD KEEPER. 

T. F. Brockwell, Raleigh. 



STATE BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS. 

I 'resident— William P. Holt, M.D Duke 
See -Treas.— Kemp P. B. Bonner. M \> 
Raleigh. 

William P. Holt, M.D., Duke 
Lifter A. Crowell M.D., Lincolnton 
l Gerald Murphy. M.D., Wilmington. 
Lucius X. Glenn, M.D., Gastonia. 
William M. Jones, M.D., Greensboro 
Clarence A. Shore, M.D., Raleigh 



STATE BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY 

•1. J. Bernard, Secretary, Raleigh. 
Charles K. Goodno. Raleigh. 
John B. McCabe, Wilmington. 
George G. Scott, Charlotte. 



STATE BOARD CHIROPRATIC EXAMINERS 
I. C. Carlson, Greensboro. 
Eugene L. Cox, Secretary, Winston-Salem. 
William P. Love, Charlotte. 



BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS. 

J. Martin Fleming, Raleigh. 

F. L. Hunt, Secretary, Asheville. 



STATE EXAMINERS IN OPTOMETRY. 

Fred N. Day. Winston-Salem. 

F. C. Roberts, President, Charlotte. 

A. G Spingler, Raleigh. 

Sam Levy, Charlotte. 

A. P. Stallings, Secretary, High Point. 



BOARD OF NAVIGATION AND PILOTAGE. 

C. C. Chadbourn, Wilmington. 
Richard Dosher. Southport 
Eenry C. McQueen. Wilmington. 
James Sprunt. Wilmington. 
Thomas F. Wood. Wilmington. 



STATE BOARD EXAMINERS TRAINED 
NURSES. 

Miss Dorothy Hayden, Secretary, Greensboro 



STATE BOARD OF EMBALMERS AND 
UNDERTAKERS. 

F. H. Volger, Secretary, Winston-Salem. 



STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY. 

F. W. Hancock, Secretary, Oxford. 
Kelley E. Bennett, Bryson City. 
C. P. Gillyer. Morganton. 
Frank S. Smith, Asheville. 
Edward V. Moeller, Tarboro 



STATE BOARD OF OSTEOPATHIC 
EXAMINERS. 

S. W. Huffman. Statesville. 

F. R. Heine, Secretary, Greensboro. 

W. E. Crutchfleld, Greensboro 



Birth Rate. 

For the third consecutive year in 1921 North 
Carolina again led the United States with 
the highest birth rate, this being 33.4 per 
1,000 of population. The rate for the entire 
registration area, this including 82 per cent 
of the population of the Nation, was 24.3, or 
more than ten per 1,000 less than North 
Carolina. This State also led in the birth 
rate for whites, this being 32.7 per 1,000 
and was third for the colored races, this 
being 34.3 per 1,000. North Carolina again 
had one of the lowest death rates in the 
country, this being 11 per 1,000 of population 
as compared with 12.4 for the registration 
area. The white deatn rate was 9.6 per 
1,000 and the colored death rate 14.3 per 
1,000. 



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SENATORS. 

First District— T. W. Costen <D. ). Gates- 
ville: P. H. Williams (D.), Elizabeth City. 

Second District— Harry \V. Stubbs (D.) 
Williamston : P. H. Johnson (D. ). Pantego. 

Third District— A. T. Castelloe (D.), Au- 
landef. 

Fourth District— W. L. Long (D.) t Roanoke 
Rapids; Paul Jones (D. ), Tarboro. 

Fifth District— S. J. Everett (D. ), Greenville. 

Sixth District — O. B. Moss (D.), Spring 
Hope: C. P. Harris (D.), Mapleville. 

Seventh District— L. P. Tapp (D.), Kinston; 
J. S. Hargett (D.), Trenton. 

Eighth District— H. B. Parker (D.), Golds- 
boro; Paul D. Grady (D. ), Kenly. 

Ninth District — Rivers D. Johnson (D.). 
Warsaw; Emmett Bellamy (D.), Wilmington. 

Tenth District — J. A. Brown (D.), Chad- 
bourn; J. W. Ruark (D.), Southport. 

Eleventh District — L. R. Varser (D. ), Lum- 
berton. 

Twelfth District— D. A. McDonald (D. ). 
Carthage; J. R. Baggett (D.). Lillington. 

Thirteenth District — James L. Griffln (I). I. 
Pittsboro; Chas. U. Harris (D.), Raleigh. 

Fourteenth District — Howard F. Jones (D.), 
VVarrenton. 

Fifteenth District— A. A. Hicks (D.), Ox- 



ford. 

Sixteenth 
Yanceyville : 



District— Roht. T. Wilson (D.). 
J. Clyde Ray (D. I, Hillsboro. 

Seventeenth District— O. E. Mendenhall 
(D.l, High Point; Junius C. Brown (D.), 
Madison. 

Eighteenth District— W. E. Harrison (D.), 
Rockingham; C. C. Bennett (D.). Samarcand. 

Nineteenth District— W. C. Heath (D.), 
Monroe; J. M. Boyette (D.l. Albemarle. 

Twentieth District— J. L. DeLaney (D.), 
Charlotte; Frank Armflekl (D.). Concord. 

Twenty-first District— Walter II. Woodson 
(D.), Salisbury. 

Twenty-second District — A. F. Sams 
Winston-Salem. 

Twenty-third District— R. L. Haymore (R. 
Mount Airy. 

Twenty-fourth District— G. T. Wlme 
Hamptonville. 

Twenty-fifth District— Buren 
Statesville; Wm. 
Station. 



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Twenty-sixth District— A. E. Woltz (D.), 
Gastonia. 

Twenty-seventh District— D. F. Giles (D 
Marion; S. C. Lattimore (D.l. Shelby, B 
F. D. 

Twenty-eighth District — Mark Squires (D. ), 
Lenoir. 

Twenty-ninth District — Allen Jones (D.), 
Furches. 

Thirtieth District— J. M. Hodges (R.), New- 
land 

Thirty-first District— Plato D. Ebbs (D.), 
Asheville. 

Thirty-second District — J. M. Zachary (D.), 
Calvert. 

Thirty-third District— G. B. Walker (D.). 
Andrews. 

Officers 

President of Senate — W. B. Cooper, of New 
Hanover. 

President Pro Tem — Lunsford Long, of 
Halifax. 

Principal Clerk — Frank I). Hackett, of 
Wilkes. 

Reading Clerk— Phil. C. Cocke, of Bun- 
combe. 

Engrossing Clerk — J. J. Mackay, of Bun- 
coml e. 

Sergeant-at-Arms — W. 1>. Gaster, of Cum- 
berland. 

Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms T. W. Hrys,.n. 
of Henderson, 



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Beaufort— Lindsay C, Warren (D.), 
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Bertie Dr 1. \ Howell (D.), Col 
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Caldwell— Frank D. Grist (D.), Lenoir. 
Camden— Charles Norris (D.). South Mills. 
Carteret — M. Leslie Davis (D. ), Beaufort. 
Caswell— W. L. Taylor (D.), Semora. 
Catawba — W. A. Deaton (D. ), Hickory. 



A. Snipes (D.), Bynura. 
H. Dillard (D.), Murphy. 
D. Pruden (D. ). Edenton. 
Pass (D.), Hayesville. 
Roan Davis (D.). Kings 



\V. Hooks (D.), White- 



Chatham — ('. 
Cherokee — J. 
Chowan — W. 
Clay— W. B. 

Cleveland — J. 
Mountain. 

Columbus — Geo. 
ville. 

Craven — R. P. Williams (D.), New Bern. 

Cumberland— Q. K. Nimocks, Sr., (D.), Fay 
etteville. 

Currituck — J. L. Dunston (D.), Waterlily. 

Dare — Chas. H. Grady (D.), Manteo. 

Davidson — H. D. Townsend (D.), Erlanger. 

Davie — M. J. Hendricks (D. ), Cana. 

Duplin — J. H. Newberry (D.) 

Durham— R. O. Everett (D.) 
S. Bryant (D.), Durham. 

Edgecombe — R. T. Fountain 
Mount. 

Forsyth— C. E. Hamilton (D. ), Winston- 
Salem; R. M. Cox (D.), Winston-Salem; 
Luther Ferrell (D. ), Winston-Salem. 

Franklin — George H. Cooper (D.), Louis- 
burg. ; 

Gaston — H. S. Sellers (D.), Kings Moun- 
tain; H. B. Gaston (D.), Belmont. 

Graham — T. M. Jenkins (R. ). Robbinsville. 

Gates — R. W. Simpson (D.), Trotville. 

Granville — .Tno. S. Watkins (D.), Yirgilina. 
Va., R. F. D. 2. 

Greene — Levi Hill (D.), LaGrange. 

Guilford— T. E. Whitaker (D. ). Oak 
Bidge; C. G Wri-ht (D ). Greensboro; .Tno. 
W. King (D. ), Greensboro. 



Warsaw. 
Durham ; V. 

(D.), Rocky- 



Halifax— R. H. Parker (D.), Enfield: Chas. 
R. Daniel (D.), Weldon. 

Harnett — N. A. Townsend (D.), Dunn. 

Haywood — T. L. Gwynn (D.), Springdale. 

Henderson— C. P. Rogers (D.), East Flat 
Rock. 

Hertford — L. J. Lawrence, Murfreesboro. 

Hoke — Martin A. Patterson (D.), Raeford. 

Hyde — G. E. Davis (D. ). Lake Landing. 

Iredell— Zeb. V. Turlington (D.), Moores- 
ville. 

Jackson— O. B. Coward (D.), Webster. 

Johnston — W. M. Sanders (D.), Smithfield , 
D. J. Thurston (D. ). Clayton. 

Jones — T. C. Whitaker (D.). Trenton. 

Lee — Dr. E. M. Mclver (D.), Jonesbcro. 

Lenoir— J. G. Dawson (D.). Kinston. 

Lincoln — A. L. Quickel (D.), Lincolnton. 

Macon— J. Frank Ray (D.), Franklin. 

Madison— J. Wiley Nelson (D.), Marshall. 

Martin— Clayton Moore (D.). Williamston. 

McDowell— W. W. Neal (D. ), Marion. 

Mecklenburg— Edgar W. Pharr (D.). Char- 
lotte; R. M. Person (D. ), Charlotte; W. R. 
Matthews (D.), Charlotte. 

Mitchell— Dr. C. A. Peterson (R.), Spruce 
Pine. 

Montgomery — R. B. Reynolds (D.), Star. 

Mi >i>re — Geo. R. Ross (D.l, Jackson Springs. 

Nash— Dr. J. C. Braswell (D.), Whitakers; 
J. W. Rohbins (D.), Rocky Mount. 

New Hanover — L. J. Poisson (D.), Wil- 
mington: J. E. L. Wade (D.), Wilmington. 

Northampton— W. H. S. Burgwyn (D.), 
Jackson. 

Onslow— H. V. Grant (D.K Sneeds Ferry. 

orange— A. H. Graham (D.), Hillsboro. 

Pamlico — Frank B. Hooker (D.), Oriental. 

Pasquotank— F. F. Cohoon (D.), Elizabeth 
City. 



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HOWELL L. SMITH, 
Secretary 



WM. OLIVER SMITH. 
Treasurer 



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Steel and Copper Plate Engravers 

Manufacturers of 

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Pender — \V. H. Lewis (D.), Atkinson. 
Perquimans — B. F. Bray (D.), Hertford. 
Person — W. A. Warren (D.), Hurdle Mills. 
Pitt — Julius Brown (D.), Greenville; R. \V. 
Smith (D.), Ayden. 
Polk — Clarence Morgan (R. ), Tryon. 
Randolph — I. C. Moser (D. ), Asheboro. 

N. Everett (D.), Rocking- 
Secretary of State, January 



Richmond — W. 
ham. (Appointed 
15, 1923.) 

Robeson— D. P. 
Collier Cobb (D. ) 

Rockingham- 
ville : Thomas 

Rowan — Walter 
J. W. Rideoutte 

Rutherford — J. 
City. 

Sampson — T. E. 

Scotland— E. H. 

Stanly— Thos. P. 
marie. 

Stokes — C. M. Hauser (D.), Germantown. 

Surry — W. M. Jackson (R. ), Dobson. 

Swain— Dr. James Dehart (D.}, Bryson 
City. 



McKinnon (D.), Rowland; 
Parkton. 

-James W. Walker (I).). Reids- 
W. Rankin (D.), Reidsville. 
Murphy (1).), Salisbury; 
(D.), Salisbury. 
E. McFarland (D.), Forest 

Owen (R.), Clinton. 
Gibson (I>.). Laurinburg. 
Bumgardner (I).). Albe- 



Transylvania — \V. If. Duckworth iD>. Bre- 
vard. 

Tyrrell— F. L. W. Col n (B.), Columbia. 

Union — J. F. Milliken (D.), Monroe. 

Vance — Robert B. Taylor (D.i. Townesvllle 

Wake — N. L. Broughton (I), i. earner; 
C. A. Gosney (D. ), Raleigh; Clarence If. 
Cbamblee (D.), Zehulon. 

Warren — Walter R. Vaughn (D.), Vaughn 

Washington— Van B. Martin (D.), I'l\i 

Watauga— Blaine Coffey (R.). Shulls Mills. 

Wayne— Thomas I. Sutton (D.), Coldsboro; 
A. W. Byrd (D.), Mount Olive. 

Wilkes— Charles H. Cowlea (H. ), Wllkesboro, 

Wilson— H. G. Connor, Jr. (D.), Wilson. 

Yadkin — S. L. Doub (it .), Bast Bend. 

Yancey — D. M. Buck (1).), Bald Mountain. 
Officers 
the House — John G. Dawson, 



Alex. 



Speaker of 

of Lenoir. 
Chief Clerk- 
Reading Clerk— D. 
Engrossing Clerk- 

Cabarrus. 

Sergeant- at- Arms— 

Randolph. 



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P. Delllnger, ol G« 
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State Government 



(JUDICIAL,) 

The Supreme Court 



Walter Clark, of Wake. Chief Justice. 

Piatt D. Walker, of Mecklenburg. Associate 
Justice. 

William A. Hoke, of Lincoln, Associate Jus- 
tice. 

W. P. Stacy, oi New Hanover, Associate- 
Justice. 

W. J. Adams, of Moore. Associate Justice. 

Edward C. Seawell, Clerk, Raleigh. 

Marshall DeL. Haywood, Marshal and Li- 
brarian, Raleigh. 

Robert C. Strong, Reporter, Raleigh 

The Supreme Court meets on the flrsl Mon- 
day in February and the last Mondi 

August of each year. Th • .all of appeals 
from the judicial districts begins on Tuesday 
of each week during the term. 



Judges of Superior Courts 

First District— W. M. Bond. Bdenton. 
Second District— George W. Connor, W 
Third District John H. Kerr, Warrenton 
Fourth District— F. A. Daniels, Goldsboro. 
Fifth District— J. Loyd Horton, Farmvllle 



Sixth District 11. A Grady, Clinton. 
Seventh Districl Thomas II Calyert, 

Raleigh, 
Eighth Districl E n Cranmer, Southport 
Ninth District N. A. Sinclair, Fayett, 
Tenth Districl W. A. Devin, Oi 
Eleventh Districl H. P. Lane, Reidsville. 
Twelfth Districl Thomas J. Shaw, '■ 

horo. 

Thirl in Districl \ M Stack, ttoi 

Fourteenth Districl W. l' Harding, • 

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Sixteenth Districl J. I.. 
Seventeenth District— T. 

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Twentieth Districl T D 
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Emergency Judges. 

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First 

City. , „ 

Second District— Richard G. Allsbrook, Tar- 
boro. , 

Third District— Garland E. Midyette. Jack- 
son. 

Fourth District— C. L. Williams, Sanford. 

Fifth District— Jesse H. Davis, New Bern. 

Sixth District— J. A. Powers, Kinston. 

Seventh District— W. F. Evans, Raleigh. 

Eighth District— Woodus Kellum, Wilming- 
ton. 

Ninth District— T. A. McNeill, Lumberton. 

Tenth District — L. P. McLendon, Durham. 

Eleventh District— S. P. Graves, Mount 
Airy. 

Twelfth District— J. F. Spruill. Lexington. 

Thirteenth District— VV. D. Phillips. Rock- 
ingham. 

Fourteenth District— J. G. Carpenter, Gas- 
tonia. 

Fifteenth District— Z. V. Long, Statesville. 

Sixteenth District— R. L. Huffman, Mor- 
ganton. 

Seventeenth District — Johnson J. Hayes, 
North Wilkesboro. 

Eighteenth District — J 
fordton. 

Nineteenth District — J. 
Twentieth District — G. 
ville. 



Fall Term— Judge George \V. Connor, Wilson. 

Solicitor — R. G. Allsbrook, Tarboro. 

Edgecombe — January 22. March 5, April 2, 
May 29, September 10, October 22, November 
12. 

June 18, September 17, 



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Superior Courts For 1923 

FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

Spring Term — Judge George W. Connor. 
Wilson. 

Fall Term— Judge W. M. Bond. Edenton. 

Solicitor— W. L. Small. Elizabeth City. 

Currituck— Man* 5, April 30, September 3. 

Camden — March 12, September 24. 

Pasquotank — January 1, February 12, March 
19, September 17, November 5, November 12. 

Perquimans — January 22, April 16. Octo- 
ber 29. 

Chowan— April 2, September 10, December 3. 

Gates— March 26, July 30, December 10. 

Dare— May 28, October 22. 

Tyrrell— January 29. April 23, June 4. 
August 27. November 26. 

Hyde — May 21, October 15. 

Beaufort — January 15. February 19, April 
9, May 7, July 23, October 1. November 19. 
December 17. 

SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

Spring Term— Judge John H. Kerr. Warren - 
ton. 



February 26, March 12, 
August 27, October 8, 



Martin — March 19, 
December 10. 

Nash — January 29', 
April 23, May 21, 
November 26. 

Washington— January 8, April 16, July 9, 
October 15. 

Wilson— February 5, May 14, June 25, Sep- 
tember* 3, October 1. October 29, December 17. 
THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

Spring Term— Judge F. A. Daniels, Golds- 
boro. 

Fall Term— Judge John H. Kerr. Warren - 
ton. 

Solicitor — Garland E. Midyette. Jackson. 

riertford— February 26, April 16, 'August 6, 
October 15. 

Bertie — February 12, February 19, May 7, 
August 27, November 12. 

Northampton— April 2, 'August 6. October 
28. 

Halifax— January 29, March 19. May 28, 
August 13, November 26. 

Warren— January 15, May 21, September 17. 

Vance — March 5, June 18, October 1. 

•Northampton and Hertford conflict. 
FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

Spring Term— Judge J. Loyd Horton, Farm- 
ville. 

Fall Term— Judge F. A. Daniels. Goldsboro. 

Solicitor— C. L. Williams, Sanford. 

Wayne— January 22, April 9, May 28, 
August 20, October 8, November 26. 

Johnston— February 19. March 12, April 23, 
August 13. September 24. December 10. 

Harnett — January 8, February 5, May 21, 
September 3, November 12. 

Chatham — January 15, March 19, May 14, 
July 30, October 22. 

Lee— March 26, May. 7, July 16, Septem- 
ber 17, October 29. 

FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

Spring Term— Judge Henry A. Grady, 
Clinton. 

Fall Term — Judge J. Loyd Horton. Farm- 
ville. 

Solicitor— Jesse H. Davis, New Bern. 

Pitt— January 15. January 22. February 
19, March 19, April 16, May 21, May 28. 
August 20, August 27, September 10, Septem- 
ber 24, October 22. October 29. 

Craven— January 8, February 5, April 9, 
May 14, June 4, September 3, October 1. 
November 19. 



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Pamlico — April 30, November 5. 
Jones— April 2, September 17. 
Carteret— January 29, March 12, June 11. 
October 15, December 3. 

Greene— February 26. June 25, December 10. 

SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

Spring Term— Judge Thomas H. Calvert, 
Raleigh. , __ . 

Fall Term— Judge Henry A. Grady, Clinton. 

Solicitor— J. A. Powers, Kinston. 

Duplin— January 8, January 29, March 26, 
July 9, August 27, October 1, December 3. 

Lenoir— January 22, February 19, April 9. 
May 21. June 11, August 20, October 15, 
November 5, December 10. 

Sampson— February 5, March 12, April 30, 
August 6, September 10, October 22. 

Onslow— March 5, April 16, July 16, Octo- 
ber 8, November 19. 

SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

Spring Term— Judge E. H. Cranmer, South- 
port _ , , 

Fall Term— Judge Thomas H. Calvert, 
Raleigh. 

Solicitor— W. F. Evans, Raleigh. 

Wake— January 8. January 29. February 5, 
February 12, March 5, March 12, March 26, 
April 9, April 16, April 30, May 7. May 21. 
June 4, June 11, July 9. September 10, Sep 
tember 17, October 1, October 8, Octobei 
November 5, November 26, December 10. 

Franklin— January 15, February 19, May 14, 
August 27, October 15, November 12. 

EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

Spring Term— Judge V. A. Sinclair, Fay- 
etteville. 

Fall Term— Judge E. It. Cranmer, Southporl 

Solicitor— Woodua Kellum, Wilmington. 



New Hanover — January IS, Februarj 
March 5, March 19, April 16, May 11. Maj 
28, June 11. July 9, September LO, 
tember 17. October 15, November 12, D 
ber 3. 

Pender— January 22. March 26. May 21, 
September 24, October 29. 

Columbus— January 29, February 19, \ 
30, August 20, November 19. 

Brunswick— January 8, April 9, .lone 18. 
September :f. October 1. 

NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

Spring Term— Judge W A Devln, Oxford. 

Fall Term — Indue \ A Sll ; lyette- 

ville. 

Solicitor— T. A. McNeill, Lumberton. 

Bladen— January B, March 12. April 28, 
August 6, October 15. 

Cumberland January 15, February 
March 19, April 80, Maj 28, August 27 
tember 17. October 22, November 19 

Hoke January 22. April 16, AugUSl 18, 
November 12. 

Robeson January 29, Fetalis bruary 

27, April 2. Mas i I, Juls 9, Beptember 8, 
Oc'totfer l. November 5, Di ceml i 

TENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

Spring Term Judi e V\ M Boi d, Edi nton. 

1,'nii Term Judge W \ Devln, Oxford. 

Sollcitoi i. P McLendon, Durham 

Alamanci Februar: 8 April I, M 
June im. August 18, September :<. Novem 
l er 28. 

Durham Januarj v Februarj 19, Hi 
April 80, May 21. Septombei 11 
8, October 29, December :t 

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Manufacturers and Jobbers 

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Orange — March 19, May 14, August 27, 
<>i tol er 1, December 10. 

Person — January 29, April 23, August 6, 
October 15. 

ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

Spring Term — Judge Thomas J. Shaw, 
Greensboro. 

Fall Term— Judge H. P. Lane, Reidsville. 

Solicitor — S. Porter Graves. Mount Airy. 

Ashe — April 9, July 9, October 15. 

Alleghany — May 7, September 24. 

Surry— February 5, April 23, June 23, August 
27. October 22. 

Forsyth — January 8, February 12, March 
12, March 26, May 21, July 23, September 10, 
October 1, November 5, December 10. 

Rockingham — January 22, February 26, May 
14, June 18, August 6, November 19. 

Caswell — April 2, August 20, December 3. 
TWELFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

Spring Term— Judge A. M. Stack, Monroe. 

Fall Term — Judge Thomas J. Shaw, Greens- 
boro. 

Solicitor — J. F. Spruill, Lexington. 

Guilford— January 15, January 22, February 
12, March 12. March 19, April 16, April 30, 
May 14, June 11, June 18, August 13, August 
20, September 3, September 17, October 1. Oc- 
tober 8, November 5, December 3, December 
10, December 17. 

Davidson — February 26, May 7, May 28, 
July 30, November 29. 

St. ikes — April 2, July 16, October 22, October 
29. 

THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

Spring Term — Judge W. F. Harding, Char- 
lotte. 

Fall Term— Judge A. M. Stack, Monroe. 

Solicitor — W. D. Phillips, Rockingham. 

I'liion — January 29, February 19, March 26, 
May 7, July 30, August 20, October 15. 

Anson — January 15, March 5, June 25 
September in, September 24, November 12. 

Scotland — March 12, April SO, June 4,« Octo- 
ber 29, November 26. 

Moore — January 22, February 12, May 21, 
August 13, September 17, December 10. 

Richmond — January 8, March 19, April 9, 
May 28, June 18, July 16, July 23. Septem- 
ber 3, October 1, Novemher 5, December 3. 

Stanly — February 5, April 2, May 14, July 
9, October 8, November 19. 

FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

Spring Term — Judge R. F. Long, States 
ville. 

Fall Term— Judge W. F. Harding, Charlotte. 

Solicitor — John O. Carpenter, Gastonia. 



Gaston — January 15, January 22, March 19, 
April 16, June 4, August 13, August 20, 
September 17, October 22, December 3. 

Mecklenburg — January 8, February 5, Feb- 
ruary 26. March 5, April 2, April 30, May 
14, May 21, June 11, July 9, August 27, Sep- 
tember 3, October 1, October 8, October 29, 
November 12, November 19. 

FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

Spring Term — Judge J. L. Webb, Shelby. 

Fall Term — Judge R. F. Long, Statesville. 

Solicitor — Z. V. long, Statesville. 

Iredell — January 29, March 12, May 11, July 
30, November 5. 

Cabarrus — January 8, February 26, April 
23, August 13, October 15. 

Randolph— March 19, April 2, July 16, Sep- 
tember 3, October 29, December 3. 

Rowan — February 12, March 5, May 7, 
September 10, October 8, November 19. 

Montgomery — January 22, April 9, July 9, 
September 24, October 1. 

SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

Spring Term— Judge T. B. Finley, Wilkes- 
boro. 

Fall Term— Judge J. L. Webb, Shelby. 

Solicitor — R. L. Huffman, Morganton. 

Catawba — January 1, February 5, July 2, 
September 3. November 12. 

Cleveland— March 26, July 23, October 29. 

Lincoln — January 29, July 16, October 15. 

Burke — March 12, August 6, October 1, 
December 10. 

Caldwell— February 26, May 21, August 20, 
November 26. 

SEVENTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

Spring Term — Judge J. Bis Ray, Rurnsville. 

Fall Term— Judge T. B. Finley, Wilkesboro. 

Solicitor — Johnson J. Hayes, North Wilkes- 
boro. 

Mitchell— April 9, July 23, November 12. 

Watauga — March 26, September 3. 

Wilkes — March 5, June 4, August 6, Octo- 
ber 1. 

Alexander — B'ebruary 19, September 17. 

Yadkin — February 26, August 20, Novem- 
ber 26. 

Avery— April 23, July 16, October 15. 

Davie— March 19. May 28, August 27, 
December 3. 

EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

Silting Term — Judge P. A. McElroy, 
Marshall. 

Fall Term — Judge J. Bis Ray, Burnsville. 

Solicitor — J. M. Carson, Rutherfordton. 

Transylvania — April 9, July 23, Novemher 26. 



STATE GOVERNMENT— .HIHCI A L 1 BPARTMENT 



PEACE INSTITUTE 



RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 



For Young Women 



Established 1857 



College Courses. Preparatory Courses for Standard College Re- 
quirements. Diplomas in Piano, Voice, Art, Expression and 
Home Economics. Commercial Secreterial Course. Teacher 
Training Course. Specialists in all departments. 

LULA B. WYNNE HALL, Home School for Girls 

MISS MARY OWES GRAHAM. President. 



Henderson — March 5, May 28, October l, i 
November 12. 

Rutherford — February 5. May 14, August 20, j 
October 29. 

McDowell — January 22, February 19, July 9. 
September 17. 

Yancey — March 25, August 13, October 15. 

Polk— April 23, September 3. 

NINETEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

Spring Term— Judge T. D. Bryson, Bryson 
City. 

Fall Term— Judge P. A. McElroy, Marshall. 

Solicitor — J. E. Swain, Asheville. 

Buncombe — January 8, February 5, March 
5, April 2, May 7, June 4, July 9, July 30, 
August 6, September 3, October 1, November 
5, December 3. 

Madison— February 26, March 26, April 23. 
May 28, August 27, September 24, October 
22, November 26. 

TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

Spring Term— Judge H P. Lane, Reidsville. 

Fall Term— Judge T. D. Bryson, Bryson 
City. 

Solicitor — G. C. Davis, Waynesville. 

Cherokee — January 22, April 2, August 6, 
November 5. 

Graham — March 19, June 4, September 3. 

Swain — March 5, July 23, October l'l', 

Haywood — January 8, February 5, May 7, 
July 9, September 17. 

Jackson — February 19, May 21, October 8. 

Macon — April 23, August 20. November 10. 

Clay— April 16, October 1. 



Federal Courts in North 
Carolina 

EASTERN DISTRICT. 

Judge — H. G. Connor, Wilson. 

Clerk— S. A. Ashe. Raleigh. 

Deputy Clerk— C. M. Symmes, Wilmington. 

Deputy Clerk— J. P. Thompson, Blizi ' 

City. 

Deputy Clerk— A T. Willis. New Bern. 

Deputv Clerk— Arthur Mayo. Washingti 

Washington— Third Monday it April and 
October. 

New Bern — Fourth Monday in April and 
October. 

Wilmington— Second Monday after the I 
Monday in April and October 

Raleigh — First Monday in March ami Sep 



tember. Fourth Monday after the fourth M 
day in April and Oct 

Wilson — First Monday in April and October. 

Laurinburg — Monday preceding la-t U 
in March and Septemb r 

Elizabeth City — Second Monday in April and 
October. 

WESTERN DISTRICT. 

Judge — James E. Boyd, Greensboro. 

Judge— E. V. Webb. Shelby. 

Clerk — R. L. Blaylock. Green 

Deputy Clerk— Miss Hattic Causey, Greens- 
boro. 

Deputy Clerk — Miss Myrtle Dwiggins, < :r.-.ns 
boro. 

Deputv Clerk — J. Y. Jordan. Asheville. 

Deputv Clerk — O. B. McBurd. Asheville. 

Deputy Clerk— J. I". Gill, StatesvUle 

Deputy Clerk— E. S. William-. Charlotte. 

Deputy Clerk— Milton McNeil, w 

Greensboro — First Mondays in Tune and 1 ><■ 
cember 

Statesville — Third Mondays in April and Oc- 
tober 

Salisbury - — Fourth Mondays in April and " 
tober. 

Asheville — First Mondays in May and v 
vember. 

Wilkesboro — Fourth Mondays in Mav and 
November. 

Charlotte — First Mondays in April and Oc 
tober. 



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State Treasurers 

1776— Richard Caswell, Samui l Johi 
1777 — Nemucan Hour. 
1787 — John llav 
1827 -William S Rol 
1830 Robert If Burton. 

William S. Wilson. 

1835 Samuel S Patterson 
1837 Daniel W Court*. 
L839 Charles U Hlnton. 
1843 John il Wh eler 
i , Charles L Hlnton 
i - ;2 Daniel W Courts. 
i V rth. 

i fj ! William B 
1866 Ki n p P Battle 
1 369 David \ renl 
1873 I'a- !">• 

is;: John M Worth 
[881 John M Worth. 
1885 D i W B 

Doi aid W Bain. 
1893 s McD. Tate 
L897 wniiam il Worth 

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Educational Institutions 



State Institutions 

THE UNIVERSITY OF XORTH CAROLINA 
— H. W. Chase, Pres., Chapel Hill. 

N. C. STATE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 
AND ENGINEERING — W. C. Riddick, Pres., 
Raleigh. 

THE STATE NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL 
College — J. I. Foust, Pres., Greensboro. 

EAST CAROLINA TEACHERS TRAINING 
SCHOOL— R. H. Wright, Pres., Greenville. 

NORTH CAROLINA INSTITUTION FOR 
DEAF, DUMB AND BLIND— G. E. Lineberry, 
Prin.. Raleigh. 

CILLOWHEE NORMAL SCHOOL— A. C. 
Reynolds, Prin. , Cullowhee. 

APPALACHIAN TRAINING SCHOOL— B. 
B. Dougherty, Prin., Boone. 

NORTH CAROLINA SCHOOL FOR THE 
DEAF AND DUMB— E. McK. Goodwin, Supi., 
Morganton. 

CENTRAL HOSPITAL— Albert Anderson, 
Supt. , Raleigh. 

THE STATE HOSPITAL— John MeCamp- 
bell, Supt., Morganton. 

THE STATE HOSPITAL— W. W. FAISON, 
Supt. , Goldsboro. 

STONEWALL JACKSON MANUAL AND 
INDUSTRIAL TRAINING SCHOOL— Charles 
E. Boger. Supt. . Concord. 

CASWELL TRAINING SCHOOL— C. Banks 
McNairv. Supt., Kinston. 

SAMARCAND MANOR— Miss Agnes B. Mc- 
Naughton. Supt., Samarkand 

OXFORD ORPHAN ASYLUM— Oxford ; un- 
der auspices of Grand Lodge of Masons ; R. L. 
Brown, Supt. (Partly supported by the State. ) 

STATE SANATORIUM FOR THE TREAT- 
MENT OF TUBERCULOSIS— Montrose; un- 
der direction of State Board of Health, Dr. 
J. B. McBrayer, Supt. 

IXDIAX XORMAL SCHOOL— W. D. Riley, 
Prin . Pembroke. 

NEGRO AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNI- 
CAL COLLEGE OF NORTH CAROLINA— 
Greensboro: James B. Dudley, Pres. 

STATE COLORED NORMAL SCHOOL— P. 
W. Moore, Prin., Elizabeth City. 

STATE COLORED NORMAL SCHOOL— E. E. 
Smith. Prin.. Fayetteville. 

SLATER STATE NORMAL SCHOOL— S. G. 
Atkins, Prin.. Winston-Salem. 



Denominational Colleges 

Male and Coeducational. 

Wake Forest College — W. L. Poteat. Wake 
Forest. 
Davidson College — W. J. Martin. Davidson. 
Trinity College— W. P. Few, Durham. 



Catawba College — A D. Wolfinger, Newton. 

Concordia College — O. W. Kreinheder, Con- 
over. 

Klon i 'ulk-ge- -\V A llai per, Eli n I tollege 

Guilford College — Raymond Binford, Guil- 
ford College. 

Lenoir College — John C. Peery, Hickory. 

Rutherford College— M. T. Hinshaw, Ruther- 
ford College. 

Atlantic Christian College — H. S. Hilley, 
Wilson. 

Weaver College — A. M. Norton, Weaverville. 

Belmont Abbey College — Rev. Leo Haid. Bel- 
mont. 

Female. 

Salem Female Academy and College — How- 
ard E. Rondthaler, Winston-Salem. 

St. Mary's School— W. W. Way. Raleigh. 

Meredith College — C. E. Brewer, Raleigh. 

Peace Institute — Miss Mary O. Graham. Ra- 
leigh. 

Oxford College— F. P. 

Louisburg College — A. 
burg. 

Chowan College— P. S. 

Greensboro College for Women — S. B. Tur- 
rentine, Greensboro. 

Queens College — W. H. Frazer, Charlotte. 

Flora MacDonald College — C. G. Yardell, 
Red Springs. 

Normal and Collegiate Institute — John E. 
Calfee. Asheville. 

Davenport College — C. L. Honraday, Lenoir. 

Mitchell College— W. F. Hollingsworth, 
Statesville. 

Carolina College — E. L. Green, Maxton. 



Hobgood, Oxford. 
W. Mohns, Louis- 

Yann, Murfreesboro. 



Preparatory Schools and 
Principals 

Oak Ridge Institute (Male)— T. E. Whitaker, 
Oak Ridge. 

Bingham School (Male)— Col. Robert Bing- 
ham. Asheville. 

Bui s Creek Academy (Mixed) — J. A Camp- 
bell, Buies Creek. 

Sacred Heart Academy (Girls) — Sister M. 
Scholastica. Belmont. 

Mars Hill College (Mixed)— R. L. Moore. 
Mars Hill 

The Collegiate Institute (Male)— G. F. Mc- 
Alister, Mount Pleasant. 

Asheville School (Male) — Newton M. Ander- 
son. Asheville. 

Pineland School for Girls — Rev W. J. Jones, 
Salemhurg. 

Mount Amoena Seminary (Girls) — Rev. J. 
H. C. Fisher. Mount Pleasant. 

Laura Sunderland Memorial School (Girls) — 
Miss Melissa Montgomery, Concord. 



EDUCATIONAL INSTITI TIOXS 






THE NORTH CAROLINA COLLEGE 
FOR WOMEN 

AN A-l GRADE COLLEGE MAINTAINED BY NORTH 

CAROLINA FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE 

WOMEN OF THE STATE 

THE INSTITUTION INCLTJOES THE FOLLOWING DIVISION*: 
1st — The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, 

which is composed of: 

(a) The Faculty of Lansunj-es. 

<b) The Faculty of Mathematics and Science. 

(c) The Faculty of the Social Sciences. 
2nd — The School of Education. 
3rd — The School of Home Economics. 
4th — The School of Music. 

The equipment is modern in every respect, including 
furnished dormitories, library, laboratories, literary society 
halls, gymnasium, athletic grounds, Teacher Training School, 
music rooms, etc. 

The first semester begins in September, the second 
semester in February, and the summer term in June. 

For Catalogue and Other Information, Address 

J. I. FOUST, President, Greensboro, N. C. 



Albemarle Normal and Industrial Institute 
(Girls) — Mrs. Elva C. Harris, Albemarle. 

St. Genevieve's Academy (Girls) — Mother 
Lorin, Asheville. 

Wingate High School (Mixed)— C. M. Beach, 
Wingate. 

Liberty-Piedmont Institute (Mixed)— E. T. 
Mumford, Wallburg. 

Boiling Springs High School (Mixed)— J. D. 
Huggins, Shelby, B. F. D. 

Fassifern School (Girls)— Miss Kate Shrpp, 
lit ndcrsonville. 

Trees-McKae Institute (Girls)— Bev. Edgar 
Tufts. Banner Elk. 

Lees-McBae Institute (Boys)— J. P. Hall. 
Plumtree. . 

Farm School, Asheville — L. B. Guigan. Ashe- 
ville. 

Blue Bidee School (Boys)— J. B. Sandiler. 
Hendersonville. 

Carolina Military-Naval Academy— Col. J. C. 
Woodward Hendersonville. 

Brevard Institute— C. H. Trowbridge, Brevard 

Westminster School— T. E. Woods. Bother - 
fordton. B. F. D. 

Gilliam Academy— John W. Gilliam, Alta- 

™ Guide Valley High School— E. B. Eldrldge, 
Glade Valley. , , 

Jefferson School— E. M. Jones, Jefferson. 

Washington Collegiate Institute— M. O. 
Fletcher, Washington. 

Montreat Normal School— Miss Salhe An m 
Montreat. _ „ <..„., 

St. Paul's School— Mrs. N. P. Goeffroy, 
Beaufort. 

Piedmont High School— W. D. Burns, Lawn 

° Yadkin Collegiate Institute— W. P. Totten, 
Yadkin College. 

Linwood College— Bev. A. T Lindsay, Gas- 
tonia. 



St. Mary's Academy — Bev. Leo Haid. Bel- 
mont. 

Greensboro Bible School— W. B. Cox. Gri 
boro. 

Haywood Institute— L. B. White, Clyde. 

Fruitland Institute — N. A. Mellon, Hender- 
sonville. 

Sylva Collegiate Institute— B. B*. Bough, 

Cowee Mountain School— II. 11 Allen. Prank- 

Dorland-Bell School— Miss LuCJ U Shafir. 
Hot Springs. 

Ilaird School for Boys— J. G. Balrd, Chat 

Glasgow School— H W Glasgow, Char] 

Elsie High School— John 1> McL i Hemp 

Alderman's Belect School Ml - Man Al- 
derman, Wilmington, 

Brown and Mart School Misses Brown and 
Hart. Wilmington. 

st Mark's Parochial School Bei Father 
Dennen, Wilmington 

Carolina Inilustrial School M> ' > P 

Damon, Watha 

Bound Hill Academy A C Warilck. ' nion 

St. Mark's Parochial School '' ' 

[rwln, Newton Groye 

Yadkin Mineral Springs Academj H 
Nora P. Eddina Palmerrllle 

Mountain P«* School C W Williams. 
Turk Mountain 

Valle Crucis Mission School Bishop h 
Valle Crui _ 

Mountain v"lew hutltuti M i Tanner. 

Xai v Collegiate Institute l N Carr. 

Burnsville 

Saint Nicholas Bel 1 it' I ' " " 

Raleigh. 



EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 



Directors of Institutional 
Summer Schools 

Appalachian Training School — B. B. Dough- 
erty. Boone. 

Asheville Summer School — John E. Calfee, 
Ash ville. ' 

Cullowhee Summer School — A. C. Reynolds, 
Cullowhee. 

East Carolina Teachers Training School — 
Leon R. Meadows. Greenville. 

Lenoir College — John C. Peery Hickory. 

State College of Agriculture and Engineering — 
W. A. Withers, West Raleigh. 

State College for Women — J. H. Cook, Greens- 
boro. 

Trinity College — Holland Holton, Durham. 

University of North Carolina — N. W. Walker, 
Chapel Hill. 

Wake Forest College — H. T. Hunter, Wake 
Forest. 



Colleges and Schools for 
Negroes 

Shaw University — Joseph L. Peacock, Ra- 
leigh. 

Biddle-University — H. L. McCrorey Char- 
lotte. 

Livingston College — D. C. Suggs. Salisbury. 

Scotia Women's College — A. W. Verner, 
Concord. 

Kittrell College — George A. Edwards, Kittrell. 

St. Augustine's School— Edgar H. Goold. 
Raleigh. 

ennett College— Frank Trigg. Greensboro. 

Kent Home — Mrs. M. L. Donelson, Greens- 
boro. 

Joseph K. Brick Normal and Industrial Inst. — 
T. S. Inborden, Bricks. 

Alhion Academy — J. A. Savage Franklinton. 

Christian College — H. E. Long, Franklinton. 

Immanuel Luthern College — J. P. Smith. 
Greensboro. 

Normal and Industrial Institute — A. J. Grif- 
fin. High Point. 

Thompson Institute — W. H. Knuckles, Lum- 
berton. 

Roanoke Institute — C. F. Graves. Elizabeth 
City. 

Henderson Normal Institute — Rev. J. A. Cot- 
ton. Henderson. 

Peabody Academy- — F. W. Sims. Troy. 

Eastern Normal and Industrial Institute — G. 
W. McCorkle. Edenton. 

Kinston College — L. E. Rasbury, Kinston. 

Mary Potter School — G. C. Shaw. Oxford. 

Lincoln Academy — Rev. I. Alva Hart, Kings 
Mountain 

Laurinburg Normal and Industrial Institute — 
E. M. McDuffle. Laurinburg. 

Eastern N. C. Industrial Academy — William 
Sutton, New Bern. 

National Training School — J. E. Shepard. 
Durham 



Orphanages 



Baptist Orphanage — Rev. M. L. Kesler, Supt., 
Thomasville. 

Methodist Orphanage — Rev. A. S. Barnes, 
Supt., Raleigh. 

Presbyterian Orphan Home — E. McS. Hyde, 
Supt., Barium Springs. 

The Children's Home, Inc. — E. K. Creel, 
Supt.. Winston-Salem. 

Thompson Orphanage — Rev. W. J. Smith. 
Supt.. Charlotte. 

Methodist Protestant Children's Home 
Garrett. Supt . High Point. 

Christian Orphanage — W. K. Holt, 
Elon College. 

Oxford Orphanage — R. L. Brown, Supt., Ox- 



-H. A. 

Supt. , 



ford. 

( i.l.l Fellows Home— C. O. Baird, Supt., 
Goldsboro. 

Pythian Home — C. W. Pender. Supt.. Clay- 
ton 

Eliada Orphanage — Rev. L. B. Compton, 
Supt. Asheville. 

Nazareth Orphans' Home — Rev. W. B. Wer- 
ner. Supt.. Crescent. 

Falcon Orphanage — C. B. Strickland, Supt., 
Falcon. 

Children's Home Society — John J. Phoenix. 
Supt., Greensboro. 

Mountain Orphanage — R. P. Smith, Supt., 
Balfour. 

Nazareth Orphanage — Rev. George A. Woods. 
Supt. Raleigh. 

Alexander Home — Mrs. J. A Houston, Sec. - 
Treas. Charlotte. 

St Ann's Orphanage — Sister Mary Claire, 
Supt.. Belmont. 

Free Will Baptist Orphanage — C. G. Pope, 
Supt. Middlesex 

Grandfather Orphanage — Rev. Edgar Tufts, 
Supt.. Banner Elk. 

Union County Children — Rev. D. C. Snyder, 
Supt-. Monroe. 

P.aptist Orphanage (Colored) — Rev. W. J. 
Poinclexter. Supt. W'nston. 

Orphan Asvlum (Colored) — Henry P. Cheat- 
ham. Supt., Oxford. 



Accredited High Schools 
and Principals 

ALAMANCE 

Burlington High School — Donald Van Oppen, 
Burlington. 

Graham High School — Josephine Thomas, 
Graham. 

ALEXANDER 

Taylorsville High School— M. B. Campbell, 
Taylorsville. 

ALLEGHANY 
Glade Valley High School — E. B. Eldridge, 
Glade Valley. 

ANSON 

Wadesboro High School — R. T. Stinson, 
Wadesboro. 

ASHE 

Jefferson High School — M E. Jones, Jeffer- 
son. 

Virginia-Carolina High School — R. E. Plum- 
mer, Grassy Creek. 

AVERY 

Altamount High School — R. D. Franklin, 
Crossnore. 

BEAUFORT 

Belhaven High School — W. L. Mahler, Bel- 
haven. 

Washington Graded School — F. B. McLaurin. 
Washington. 

Pantego High School — T. Parker, Pantego. 

BERTIE 

Aulander High School — C. R. Henshaw, 
Aulander. 

Windsor High School — T. C. Taylor, Wind- 
sor. 

BLADEN 

Bladenboro High School — Miss Madge 
Daniels, Bladenboro. 

BUNCOMBE 

Asheville School — Newton M. Anderson, 
Asheville. 

Biltmore High School — Wade ■ Alexander, 
Asheville. 



EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 



ST. MARY'S SCHOOL 

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA. 

REV. WARREN W. WAY, RECTOR 

An Episcopal School for Girls — Founded 1842. 

Junior College — Four Years High School and two 
years College courses. Special courses — Music, Art, 
Expression, Home Economics, Business. 

MODERN EQUIPMENT— 20-ACRE CAMPUS 

Applications now being received for 82nd Annual 
Session which opens September 11th, 1923. Only 
200 Resident Students can be accepted. 

Address, A. W. Tucker, Business Manager, 
Raleigh, North Carolina. 



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Bingham Military School— Coin. S. B. 
McKee, Asheville. 

City High School— A. .T. Hutchins, Ashe- 
ville. 

Grove Park School— Rev. T. A. Cosgrove, 
Asheville. 

Montreat Normal School — Miss Sallie Austin, 
Montreat. 

Normal and Collegiate Institute — John E. 
Calfee, Asheville. 

St. Genevieve's Academy — Mother M. L. 
Lorin, Asheville. 

BURKE 

Morganton Graded School— R. L. Patton, 
Morganton. 

Hntlirrn.nl Colleg< — M. T. Hinshaw, Pres., 
Rutherford College. 

Glen Alpine High School— \V. T. Byrd, Glen 
Alpine. 

CABARRUS 

('uncord High School llint.in McLeod, 
Concord. 

Mont Amoena Seminary— J. EI. C. Fisher, 
Mount Pleasant. 

Mount Pleasant Collegi G. F. McAllister, 
Mount Pleasant. 

CALDWELL 

Davenport College— C. 1- Hornaday, i 
Lenoir High School .1. C. Cassell, Lenoh 

CARTERET 
Morehead City High School Pearl L Brir. 
son, Morehead City. 

CATAWBA 
Catawba Academj A C Sheri 111. Mi 
Concordia College 0. W. Kreinhcder, CoD- 
over. 



Newton High School I P Sifford, N - 
Startown High School— B. W. Wh 
Newt. in. R. F. D. 

CHATHAM 

Bonlee High School it C D 

Siler City High Schi ' w C llarw I. 

Siler City. 

CHEROKEE 
High School L. P. N 



Andrews 

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CHOWAN 
High School Paulina 






Edenton 
Edenton. 

CLEVELAND 

Boiling Spi lr i i High School .1 D Hu 
Coiling Springs. 

Kings Mountain High Schi I— J. Y. 1 
Kings Mountain 

Pledi i School IV D Bi I 

Shelbj High School I H Orliia B 

COLUMBUS 
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Chad! ti. 

Whltevllle High <■ " ' 

Whitevllle. 

CRAVEN 
New Bern High Schoi I— V D 
New B 

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CURRITUCK 

Poplar Branch High School — C. U. 



Wil- 



liams, Poplar Branch. 

DARE 
Manteo High School— L. R. Williford, 
Manteo. 

DAVIDSON 

Churchland High School — W. A. Young, Lin- 
wood, B. 1. 

Lexington High School — E. T. Hines, Lex- 
ington. 

Thomasville High School — Paul C. Newton, 
Thomasville. 

DAVIE 

Mocksville High School — F. B. Richardson, 
Mocksville. 

DUPLIN 

Teacheys High School — Leo Carr, Teacheys. 
Wallace High School — P. E. Shaw, Wallace. 
Warsaw High School — C. B. Garrett, War- 
saw. 

DURHAM 

Durham High School— O. E. Phillips, Dur- 
ham. 

East Durham High School — Herman Jerni- 
gan. East Durham. 

West Durham High School— D. T. Stutts, 
West Durham. 

Lowes Grove High School — J. H. Taylor. 
Durham. 

EDGECOMBE 

Tarboro High School — John M. Shields, 
Tarhoro. 

Rocky Mount High School — C. Humphreys, 
Rocky Mount. 

FORSYTH 

Clemmons High School — J. F. Brower, Clem- 
mons. 

Kernersville High School — B. A. Sullivan, 
Kernersville. 

Salem Academy — Edwin J. Heath, Winston- 
Salem. 

Winston- Salem High School — J. W. Moore, 
Winston-Salem. 

FRANKLIN 

Franklinton High School — Hoy Taylor, 
Franklinton. 

Louisburg High School — W. B. Mills, Louis- 
burg. 

Bunn High School — 3. S. Massenburg, Bunn. 
GASTON 

Belmont High School — H. C. Sisk, Belmont. 

Bessemer City High School — A. S. Pollard, 
Bessemer City. 



Clii'i-ryville High School — A. C. Warliek, 
CherryvUle. 

Dallas High School — J. B. Henson, Dallas. 

Gastonia High School — Bay Armstrong, 
Gastonia. 

Mount Holly High School— E. A. Thomp- 
son, Mount Holly. 

GRANVILLE 

Creedmoor High School — J. A. Pitts, 
Creedmoor. 

Oxford College — F. P. Hobgood, Oxford. 

Oxford High School— C. G. Credle, Oxford. 

GUILFORD 

Greensboro High School — G. B. Phillips, 
Greensboro. 

High Point High School— W. M. Marr, 
High Point. 

Jamestown High School — Fred M. Arro- 
wood, Jamestown. 

Oak Bidge Institute— T. E. Whitaker, Oak 
Bidge. 

Pleasant Garden High School — Eugene Idol, 
Pleasant Garden. 

Pomona High School — W. J. Sloan, Greens- 
boro. 

HALIFAX 

Enfield High School — Claude O. Boseman, 
Enfield. 

Boanoke Bapids High School — C. W. Davis, 
Boanoke Bapids. 

Scotland Neck High School — J. S. Seymour, 
Scotland Neck. 

Weldon High School — W. B. Edwards, 
Weldon. 

HARNETT 

Buie's Creek Academy — Bev. J. A. Campbell, 
Buie's Creek. 

Dunn High School — B. D. Bunn, Dunn. 

Lillington High School — J. P. Hicks, 
Lillington. 

HAYWOOD 

Canton High School — E. Lewis, Canton. 

Haywood Institute — L. B. White, Clyde. 

Snyder School for Boys — Clarence E. Snyder, 
Lake Junaluska. 

Waynesville High School — E. J. Robeson, 
Waynesville. 

HENDERSON 

Blue Bidge School for Boys— J. B. Sandifer, 
Hendersonville. 

Fassifern School — Miss Kate Shipp, Hen- 
dersonville. 

Fruitland Institute — N A. Melton, Hen- 
dersonville. 



EDVCATIOXAL I XSTTTITK )\ S 



Hendersonville High School — T. W. Valen- 
tine, Hendersonville. 

HERTFORD 

Ahoskie High School — K. T. Kaynor, 
Ahoskie. 

HOKE 

Baeford High School — W. B. Covington 
Raeford. 

IREDELL 

Harmony High School — B. H. Lankford, 
Harmony. 

Mooresville High School — C. B. Sipley, 
Mouresville. 

Statesville High School — W. B. Hirkman. 
Statesville. 

JACKSON 

Cullowhee Normal School — B. L. Madison, 
Cullovvhee. 

Sylva High School— II. O. Hampton, Sylva. 

JOHNSTON 

Benson High School— H. G. Beneger, Benson. 

Clayton High School— B. F. Hassell, Clayton. 

Selma High School— \V. B. Crumpton, 
Selma. 

Smithfleld High School— T. II. Franks, 
Smithfield. 

LEE 

Jonesboro High School — J. G. Allen, Jones- 
boro. 

Sanford High School— J. S. Truitt, Sanford. 

LENOIR 

Kinston High School — H. E. Fisher, Kinston. 

LINCOLN 

Lincolnton High School — H. F. Krauss, 
Lin coin ton. 

MACON 

Franklin Graded School— W. II. Crawford, 
Franklin. 

MADISON 

Mars Hill College — B. L. Moore, Pres., 
Mars Hill. 

MARTIN 

Williamston High School — M. J. Davis, 
Williamston. 

Mcdowell 

Marion High School — T. A. Holton, Marion. 
Old Fort High School— G. B. Strickland. Old 
Fort. 

MECKLENBURG 

Charlotte High School — E. H. Garringer, 
Charlotte. 

Cornelius High School — J. R. Whltener, 
Cornelius. 

Davidson High School — J. C. Bailey, Jr., 
Davidson. 

Huntersville High School — W. D. Dong, 
Huntersville. 

Queens College — W. H. Frazier, Charlotte. 

MONTGOMERY 

Jackson Springs High School — W. C. McCall, 
Jackson Springs. 

Troy High School— C. Y. Milton, Troy. 

MOORE 
Carthage High School— B. K. Hancock, 
Carthage. 

Sandhill Farm-Life School— J. C. Kelly, 
Vass. 

NASH 
Bed Oak School— Oscar Creech, Rock] 
Mount, B. 3. 



NEW HANOVER 

Wilmington High Si boo] Mai m '. Little 
Wilmington. 

NORTHAMPTON 

Rich Square UikIi School G W Brad ban 
Bich Square. 

Seaboard High Scl 1 l< l [cake, Sea- 

board 

ONSLOW 

Jacksonville High School— H. B. I 
Jacksonville. 

Bichlands High School— B. C. Zimmerman, 
Jacksonville. 

ORANGE 

Chapel Hill High School— Fred W Morrison 

I Chapel Hill. 

PAMLICO 

Stonewall High School— A. L. Bramlet 1 

Stonewall. 

PASQUOTANK 

Elizabeth City High School— A. B. < 
Elizabeth City. 

PENDER 
Burgavv High School— A. C. Hall, Burgaw. 

PERSON 
Boxboro High School saihc Allen, Boxboro 

PITT 
Ayden High School— J. E. Sawyer. Ay. leu. 
East Carolina Training Scluuil Hubert II 
Wright. Pres., Greenville 

Farmville Higli School— G. B. \\ hi 
Farmville. 

Greenville High School— Victor Davis, 
Greenville. 

(Jrifton High School— W. G. Coltrane. Qrlf> 
ton. 

POLK 

Stearns High School— J. W. Mcintosh, 
Columbus. 

RANDOLPH 

Asheboro High School— Margaret Sparger, 

Asheboro. 

RICHMOND 

Hamlet High Sch •' A. B. Culbertson, 
Hamlet. 

Rockingham High School -Kate I' 
Rockingham. 

ROBESON 

Lumberton High School Alleen I G irallng, 
Lumberton. 

Philadelphia High School J I. U 
Bed Springs. 

Bow land High School E l- (Tei , B I 
land 

st. Pauls High Scl i Mai v Ui i.. an, st 

Pauls. 

ROCKINGHAM 
Leaksville High Schi I II A Su 
Leaksville. 

Madison High School J. L I 
Madison 

Beidsv High School P ii- Owynn, .ir . 

Beidsville. 

ROWAN 

Rowan Farm Life School D 
i 'luna Grove 

Sallsburj High Scl i Prank B 

Sallsbui . 

spcr r High School n C Miller, Spi 



Smith 



RUTHERFORD 

I CltJ III. h S Ii I l- 

Forest Citj 



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EDUCATIONAL [N STITTJTIONS 



Bound Hill High School— A. C. Warlick, 
Union Mills. 

Butherfordton High School— John O. Wood, 
Butherfordton. 

Westminister School — T. E. P. Woods, 
Butherfordton, 

SAMPSON 

Clinton High School — C. B. Thomas, 
Clinton. 

Pineland School for Girls — W. J. Jones. 
Salemhurg. 

Boseboro High School — W. L. Beach, Bose- 
boro. 

Salembnrg High Scnool — C. E. Snoddy, 
Salemhurg. 

SCOTLAND 

Laurinburg High School — Mrs. W. L. 
Peace, Laurinburg. 

STANLY 

Albemarle High School — J. H. Mclver, Albe- 
marle. 

Badin High School — Mrs. H. M. Landeman, 
Badin. 

Mitchell Home School — Annie B. Gowell, 
Misenheimer. 

STOKES 

King High School— H. A. Carroll, King. 
Walnut Cove High School — E. F. Duncan, 
Walnut Cove. 

SURRY 

Mount Airy High School — Elizabeth Ander- 
son, Mount Airy. 

SWAIN 

"ryson City School — B. C. Jones, Bryson 
City. 

Almond High School — J. C. Byrd, Almond. 

TRANSYLVANIA 

Brevard Institute — C. II. Trowbridge, Bre- 
vard. 

UNION 

Monroe High School — W. F. Starnes, 
Monroe. 

Wingate High School— C. M. Beach, 
Wingate. 



VANCE 

Henderson High School— G. C. Davidson, 
Henderson. 

Vance County Farm-Life School — G. 0. 
Bogers, Middleburg. 

WAKE 

Carv High School— M. B. Dry, Cary. 
Baleigh High School— H. F. Srygley, 5 
Baleigh. 
Wakelon High School — Owen Odum. Zebulon. j 

WARREN 

Macon High School — H. A. Nanney, Macon. 
Warrenton High School— B. B. Spencer, 
Warrenton. 

WATAUGA 

Appalachian Training School — B. B. 
Dougherty, Boone. 

WAYNE 

Fremont High School — James S. Moore, Fre- 
mont. 

Goldshoro High School— S. T. Emory. 
Goldsboro. 

Mount Olive High School — W. W. Bogers, 
Mount Olive. 

Pikeville High School— Arthur Banes, Pike- 
ville. 

WILKES 

Mountain View School — M. T. Tanner, 
Hays. 

North Wilkesboro High School— J. B. Britt, 
North Wilkesboro. 

WILSON 

Atlantic Christian College — H. S. Hilley, 
Wilson. 

Elm City High School— D. C. Holt, Elm 
City. 

Wilson High School— J. Shepherd Bryan, 
Wilson. 

YADKIN 

Booneville High School — H. F. Pardue, 
Booneville. 

YANCEY 

Yancey Collegiate Institute — I. N. Carr, 
Brownsville. 



Basis of Apportioning State Equalizing Fund — 1921 -'22 



The purpose of the State Equalizing Fund 
is to provide, so far as possible, for an 
equal distribution of the burden of supporting 
the public schools of every county in the State 
for a term of six months, as required by the 
Constitution. The General Assembly requires 
each county to levy a maximum rate of tax 
in order to participate in this fund. If the 
funds received from the tax in any county 
is insufficient to pay the salaries of teachers 
on the basis of the State salary schedule, 
the State Hoard of Education appropriates the 
State Equalizing Fund so as to meet the 
deficit in the County fund and operate the 
schools for six months. 

Alamance $30,359.97 

Alexander 25,684.86 

Alleghany 15,329.60 

Anson 12,316.38 

Ashe 24,148.92 

Avery 31,390.28 

Beaufort 5,180.88 

Bertie 26,616.13 

Bladen 21,712.41 

Brunswick 2,889.87 

Buncombe 

Burke 12,248.16 

Cabarrus 



Caldwell 26.608.13 

Camden 9,710.39 

Carteret 24,447.76 

Caswell 5,407.22 

Catawba 31,538.98 

Chatham 32,127.98 

Cherokee 33,151.01 

Chowan 4,934.56 

Clay 9,41.8.77 

Cleveland 5,870. i9 

Columbus 33.327.39 

Craven 

Cumberland 

Currituck 13,890.67 

Dare 16.477.79 

Davidson 8.481.73 

Davie 6,608. 48 

Duplin 

Durham 

Edgecombe 

Forsyth 

Franklin 16,546.47 

Gaston 

Gates 13,093.06 

Graham 2,311.84 

Granville 10,835.51 

< ireone 

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EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 



Halifax — 

Harnett 15.191.29 

Haywood - 

Henderson 2i.soo.1i2 

Hertford 7,192.59 

Hoke - 

Hyde - 

Iredell 23,8611.14 

Jackson 21,985.12 

Johnston 

Jones 3.924. 15 

Lee 15,783.59 

Lenoir : 

Lincoln 20,147.06 

Macon 34,000.17 

Madison 16,896.06 

Martin 

McDowell 1,978.97 

Mecklenburg 

Mitchell 5,539.43 

Montgomery 17,093.75 

Moore 20,722.45 

Nash 

New Hanover 

Northampton 19,759.65 

Onslow 9,441.92 

Orange 21,436.99 

Pamlico .-. 23,544.01 

Pasquotank 

Pender 23.253.57 



Perquimans 16, i 

Person l i 

Pitt - 

Polk 17- 

Randolph 

Richmond 9, 

Robeson _. 15,221 31 

Rockingham — 

Rowan - 

Rutherford " 

Sampson 

Scotland - 

Stanly - 

Stokes 21,392.18 

Surry 22.7'il 

Swain 7.9 

Transylvania 18.015.46 

Tvrrell 7. 

Union 42,600.06 

Vance — 

Wake - 

Warren 21- 1 

Washington 1,482.52 

Watauga 18,670.33 

Wayne 

Wilkes 79.77 1.32 

Wilson 

Yadkin 22,9 

Yancey 16,6 



Special Building Fund — 1922 



The General Assembly, regular session, 1921, 
(Chapter 147, Public Laws), passed an Act to 
provide a special building fund to be loaned 
to County Boards of Education to aid in 
erecting school houses. The State Treasurer 
was authorized and directed to issue bonds to 
the amount of $5,000,000 for this purpose. 
No loan is allowed for the repair or erection 
of a school building of less than five standard 
class rooms. Many permanent brick structures 
have been built. Of the $5,000,000 authorized 
on December 31, 1922, $3,310,000 had been 
loaned as follows : 

Total 
Loaned 
28.51111.1111 
25,000.00 
20,000.00 
111, 0110. (10 
2.00H lin 
19,000.00 
5 1. nun. no 
.■.■J.iion. on 
12.1100. OH 

18,01111 llll 

s i. noil. on 
10,000.00 
20,000.00 
37.550.00 

12,01111.1111 
29,000.00 

111.000.00 

50, 1.00 

hi;, i;no. on 

30.IIIIH. no 

9,000 00 
28 000.00 

' ,,11110.110 
.-,:,. nun i'" 

34, mi 

26,6 

3, I 

67,501 

<mi 00 
3 .," ' 



Counties 
Durham 
Edgecombe 
Forsyth 

Franklin 

Gaston 

Gates 

Graham 

Granville 

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94,0 1 

2,000.00 



Counties 

Alamance $ 

Alexander 

Alleghany 

Anson 

Ashe 

Avery 

Beaufort 

P>ertie 

Bladen 

Brunswick 

Buncombe 

Burke 

Cabarrus 

Caldwell 

Camden 

Carteret 

Caswell 

Catawba 

Chatham 

Cherokee 

Chowan 

Clay 

Cleveland ■• 

Columbus 

Craven 

Cumberland 

Currituck 

Dare 

Davidson 

Davie 

Duplin 



50,000 00 

32,0 

Guilford H". 



Halifax 

Harnett .... 
Haywood .... 
Henderson . . 
Hertford 

Hoke 

Hyde 

Iredell 

Jackson .... 
Johnston 

Jones 

i,ie 

Lenoir 

Lincoln .... 

Macon 

Ma. I is. in 
Martin 

McDowell 
Mecklenburg 
Mitchell 
Montgomery 
Moore 

Nil -It 

New Hanover 
Northampton 

Onslow 

. i 
Pamlico 



21. mi 

31.0H0. on 
15,000.00 



in. nun. uu 

17, .mil mi 
75,00 

27. 

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i. mi 





11 

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V. 24,000 00 

''.'......'. 85, 

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7 "nn mi 



Pasquotank "V.V.V.V.V.". '.'..... 

l" 1 "' 1 "- 

Pel qulmans 

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Polk 



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ED I "< ATIONAL 1 NSTITl TIONS 



Total 

Counties Loaned 

Randolph 40.ooo.00 

Richmond 35,000.00 

Robeson 60,500.00 

Rockingham 40,000.00 

Rowan 20,000.00 

Rutherford 54,000.00 

Sampson 

Scotland 34,000.00 

Stanly 52,000.00 

Stokes 45,000.00 

Surry 30.000.00 

Swain 25,000.00 

Transylvania 20,000.00 

T> rrell 



Total 

Counties Loaned 

Union 38,(100.00 

Vance 

Wake 135,000.00 

Warren 42,000.00 

Washington 10,000.00 

Watauga 25,000.00 

Wayne 80,000.00 

Wilkes 30,000.00 

Wilson 50,000.00 

Yadkin 33,000.00 

Yancey 32,000.00 

Total $3,310,000.00 



Superintendents of Chartered Schools 



J. E. Redfern. Aberdeen. 
J. H. Mclver, Albemarle. 

F. C. Nye, Andrews. 

D. W. Maddox, Asheboro. 
W. L. Brooker, Asheville. 
C. R. H°nsha>v, Aulandur, 
R. A. Thompson, Auroia. 
J. E. Sawyer, Ayden. 
C. W. E. Pittman, Beaufort. 
B. C. Siske, Belhaven. 

A. S. Ballard. Bess?mer City. 
R. W. Boling, Biscoe. 

B. C. Jones, Bryson City. 

C. C. Haworth, Burlington. 
J. E. Dowd, Cameron. 

J. T. Hatcher, Canton. 
R. K. Hancock, Carthage. 
Fred W. Morrison, Chapel Hill. 
H. P. Harding, Charlotte. 

A. C. Warlick, Cherryville. 

B. F. Hassell, Clayton. 
J. O. Bowman, Clinton. 

G. O. Mudge, Columbia. 

A. S. Webb, Concord. 

John C. Bailey, Jr., Davidson. 
Miss Ha Thomas, Derby Me- 
morial, Jackson Springs. 
W. S. Snipes, Dunn. 
Edwin D. Pusey, Durham. 
Joe R. Nixon, Edenton. 
S. L. Sheep, Elizabeth City. 
Z. H. Dixon, Elkin. 

D. C. Holt, Elm City. 

J. A. Hornaday, Elon College. 
Claude O. Boseman. Enfield. 
M. B. Andrews. Fayetteville. 

B. L. Smith, Forest City. 
W. H. Crawford, Franklin. 
Hoy Taylor, Franklinton. 
Richard F. Little, Franklin- 

ville. 
.Tas. S. Moore. Fremont. 
W. P. Grier. Gastonia. 
J. H. Joyner, Gibsonville. 
O. A. Hamilton. Goldsboro. 
M. E. Yount, Graham. 
Columbus Andrews. Granite 

Falls. 
Frederick Archer — Greensboro. 



I. H. Rose, Greenville. 

Sallie B. Newman. Guilford 

College. 
C. G. Garrett, Hamlet. 
Manly A. Siske, Haw River. 
J. T. Alderman, Henderson. 
A. W. Honeycutt, Henderson- 

ville. 
E. W. Joyner, Hertford. 
R. W. Carver, Hickory. 
W. M. Marr, High Point. 
J. Gary Allen, Jonesboro. 
R. A. Sullivan, Kernersville 
J. Y. Irvin, Kings Mountain. 
K. R. Curtis, Kinston. 
M. A. Honeycutt, LaGrange. 
S. W. Rabb. Laurinburg. 
W. S. Hough, Lenoir. 
J. H. Cowles, Lexington. 
Geo. O. McBroom. Lillington 

E. D. Johnson, Lincolnton. 
L. H. Floyd, Littleton. 
W. R. Mills. Louisburg. 

S. T. Liles, Lucama. 

W. B. Crumpton, Lumberton. 

J. C. Lassiter, Madison. 

T. A. Holton, Marion. 

A. L. Green, Maxton. 

J. L. Duncan, Mebane. 

F. R. Richardson. Mocksville. 
S. G. Hawfield, Monroe. 

E. M. Crouch, Mooresville. 
H. L. Joslyn, Morehead City. 
Joseph H. Hurst, Mount Airy. 
R. C. Cox, Mount Gilead. 
W. W. Rogers, Mount Olive. 
Charles F. Owen, Murphy. 
H. B. Smith. New Bern. 
Horace Sisk, Newton. 
Joseph H. Hurst, North Wilkes- 

boro. 
A. J. Scott, Norwood. 

G. B. Strickland. Old Fort. 
C. G. Crcdle. Oxford. 

Q^ A. Anderson. Pelham. 
James W. Norman, Plymouth. 
S. B. Underwood, Raleigh. 
W. B. Covington, Raeford. 



R. D. Marsh, Ramseur. 

Ed. B. Carroll, Randelman. 

P. H. Gwynn Jr., Reidsville. 

E. J. Coltrane. Roanoke Rapids. 
G. W T . Rhodes, Robersonville. 
L. J. Bell, Rockingham. 

R. M. Wilson, Rocky Mount. 

F. M. Tucker, Roper. 
A. B. Stalvey, Roxboro. 
V. L. Wyantt, Ruffln. 

J. O. Wood, Rutherfordton. 
T. Wingate Andrews, Salis- 
bury. 

C. E. Teague, Sanford. 

M. A. Huggins, Scotland 

Neck. 
F. M. Waters, Selma. 
Fannie Eldridge, Sharpsburg. 
I. C. Griffin, Shelby. 
S. J. Huskett, Siler City. 
Thos. H. Franks. Smithfleld. 
Wm. F. Allen, Southern Pines. 
H. P. Smith. Southport. 
H. C. Miller. Spencer. 
J. E. McLean, Spring Hope. 
R. M. Gray, Statesville. 
L. M. Epps, Tarboro. 
Leo Carr. Teachey. 
J. N. Hauss, Thomasville. 
Carl Y. Milton, Troy. 

D. W. Simmons. Troy. 
W. D. Matthews, Vass. 
C. L. Cates, Wadesboro. 

J. Edward Allen, Warrenton. 
Charles H. Primer, Wake 

Forest. 
C. B. Garrett. Warsaw. 
Frank L. Ashley. Washington. 

E. J. Robeson, Waynesville. 
W. B. Edwards, Weldon. 
M. J. Davis. Williamston. 
W. A. Graham, Wilmington. 
Charles L. Coon. Wilson. 

T. C. Taylor, Windsor. 

R. H. Latham, Winston-Salem. 

E. O. Smithdeal, Wise. 

F. Q. Barbee. Youngsville. 



Chief Justices of the Supreme Court of North Carolina 



1811— John Louis Taylor. 
1829 — Leonard Henderson. 
1823— Thomas Ruffln. 
1852 — Frederick Nash. 
1858 — Richmond M. Pearson. 



1878— William N. H. Smith. 
1889 — Augustus S. Merriman. 
1892 — James E. Shepherd. 
1895— William T. Faircloth. 
1901— Walter Clark. 



CO! \TY AFFAIRS AND OFFICIALS 



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County Affairs and Officials 



ALAMANCE 

COUNTY SEAT, GRAHAM. 

Formed in 1848. Named after Alamance 
Creek. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — D. J. Walker, Burling- 
ton. 

Register of Deeds — B. M. Rogers, Graham. 

Sheriff — C. D. Story, Burlington. 

Coroner — Dr. R. M. Troxler, Burlington. 

Surveyor— L. H. Holt, Burlington, R. F. D. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. W. R. Goley. Graham. 

Supt. of Schools — M. C. Terrell, Burlington. 

Supt. Public Welfare— Dr. P. H. Fleming, 
Graham. 

Farm Demonstration Agent — W. K. Scott, 
Graham. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Edna Bernhardt. 
Graham. 

Board of Elections — Dr. W. S. Long. Chm.. 
Graham; C. M. Horner, Burlington; W. J. 
Nicks, Graham. 

County Commissioners — W. 0. Warren, Chm., 
Mebane; J. T. Love, Burlington; J. H. Wil- 
kins, Burlington, R. 2; R. B. Newlin, Saxa- 
pahaw ; R. S. Shoffner, Burlington, R. 7. 

County Board of Education — J. L. Scott, 
Burlington; S. E. Tate. Mebane. R. 4: Mrs. 
.T. A. Long, Haw River; Dr. W. A. Harper, 
Elon College; McBride Holt, Graham. 

Highway Commission — J. E. Moore, Chm., 
Burlington. 

ALEXANDER 

COUNTY SEAT. TAYLORSVILLE. 

Formed in 1847. Named in honor of Alex- 
ander family, noted in Revolutionary history. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — Gates Linney, Tay- 
lorsvllle. 

Register of Deeds — A. T. Cowman, Tay- 
lorsville. 

Sheriff— .T. B. Robinett, Taylorsville. 

Treasurer — E. J. Deal, Pores Knob, R. F. 
D. 2. 

('( miner — Alford Mayberry, Hiddenite. 

Surveyor — W. W. Teague, Bently. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. S. T. Crowson, Tay- 
lorsville. 

Supt. of Schools— C. H. Gryder, Taylorsville. 

Supt. Public Welfare— C. H. Gryder, Tay- 
lorsville. 

Demonstraton Agent — U. A. Miller, Tay- 
lorsville. 

Board of Eelections — James Watts, Taylors 
ville; Lynn Dagenhart, Taylorsville; W. K. 
Kerley, Taylorsville. 

County Commissioners — W. S. Patterson, 
Stony Point; Jay Pennell. Taylorsville, R. 1; 
W. A. Hollar, Dealville. 

Board of Education— A. C. Payne, Taylors 
ville; V. W. Teague, Taylorsville. R. 6; A. C. 
Deal, Dealville; E. J. Deal, Treas.. Pores 
Knob, R. 2. 

Highway Commission — Charles Gwaltney, 
Hiddenite, R. 1; L. L Bowman, Taylors- 
ville. R. 6; G. F. Ingram, Taylorsville. 



ALLEGHANY 

COUNTY SEAT. SPARTA. 

Formed in 1859. .Named derived from 
mountains in which it is located 
County Officers 
Clerk Superior Court — A. F. Reeves, Sparta 
Register of Deeds— II. L. Halsey, Sparta 



Sheriff B. L. McMillan, s 
Treasurer— E. L. McMillan, 

C ironei II D Eel Stratford. 

Surveyor — C. '. i 

Supt. of Health— J. I. D irta. 

Supt. of Schools — John U I 

Supt. Public Wi i 

Board Of Elections — E. L Williams I 
Sparta; <;. T. Caudill. Sparta; H 
wards, Sparta. 

County Commissioners D. ( D 
Sparta; W. F. Thompson, Laurel Sp 
C. M. Reynolds, Ennice. 

Board of I M A lh 

Ennice; F. M. Osboi n, Stratford; 
( lambill, Inch;- [i Va. 

Highway Commission- Board of i 
I i niinissioners. 

ANSON 

COUNTY SEAT. WADESBORO. 

Formed in 1766. Named in hoi \ 

miral Anson. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court— W. K. Boggan, \\ 
boro. 

Register of Deeds — B. II. Crowd r. Wades- 
boro. 

Sheriff— W. S. Braswell. Wadesboro. 

Coroner — J. T. Watson, Wadi il 

Surveyor — D. II. Braswell, Ansonville, 
R. F. D. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. B. S Ash . u 
boro. 

Supt. of Schools— R. W. Allen. Wadesboro. 

Supt. Public Welfare — R. \v. Allen, w 
boro. 

Demonstration Agent — J. W. Cameron. Tolk- 
ton. 

Home Demonstrate \ Mrs Rosalind 

Redfearn, Wadesboro. 

Board of Elections — W. Henry Liles, chm . 
Wadesboro; J. Paul Kiker, w i L J. 

Simps. m. l'ulkton. 

County Commissioners- C P Griffin. P 
land. R. F. D. ; E. B. Shankle. Polktou. R 
R. D. ; Ben. R. Walls. LilesviUe. 

Foard of Education— -J. P. Ratlitr. \\ 
boro; P. J. Kiker. Wadesboro; J. L i 
Morven. 

Highway Commission Board ol Countj 
missioners. 



ASHE 



COUNTY SEAT. JEFFERSON. 
Formed in 1799 Earned In bom - ' 

ernor Samuel Ashe. 

County Officers 

clerk Superloi Courl I. D. Stansberry, 
Jefferson. 

Register of Deed l S Neal, J( fferson. 

Sheriff 3 W Hampton, Lansing 

Cor i B W Tugman, \\ ai rei ji Ule. 

Surveyor B. F. KUby, Hemlock. 

supt .it Schools C m Dfo 
Creek. 

Board ol Elei lloi J f m Her, Chm . 
Clifton; B. C. Seagraves, Lansing; J B 
Gambill, Crumpler. 

Farm Agenf H. E i: led 

C tj Comml i i " 

ji fferson; i C Ci aw ford, JefT< i ion w P 
Calvard, W ivei I 

Board of Education n C Tucker, Wi I 
i ■• . . Qi Othello: Di .i C 

Gambill, We i Jeffi i n J I • nu 
Creek; W T Miller. TteU . CliftO 



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Highway Commission — H. ('. Tucker, West 
Jefferson; l>r. R. E. Reeves, West Jefferson ; 
S it Ji nn.'s. West Jefferson; A. A. Price, 
Jefferson; 1>. M. Donnally, Trade, Tenn., R. 
1\ D.; I>r. B. I". Waddell, Grassy Creek. 



AVERY 



COUNTY SEAT, NEWLAND. 

Formed in 1911. Named in honor of 
Waightstill Avery, of Revolutionary fame. 
County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court— W. W. Braswell, 
Montezuma. 

Register of Deeds — S. W. Blalock. Newland. 

Sheriff— I'at Vance, Elk Park. 

Coroner — Dr. W. C. Tate, Banners Elk. 

Surveyor — W. S. Green, Beech Creek. 

Supt. of Schools — Frank A. Edmondson, 
Newland. 

Supt. Puhlic Welfare — Mrs. Lillian Edmond- 
son. Newland. 

Demonstration Agent — J. W. Goodman, Jr.. 
Newland. 

County Commissioners — Brown Hughes, 

Hughes; Wm. Sisk,, Pineola; J. M. Heaton, 
Heaton. 

Board of Education — A. P. Brinkley. Elk 
Park; Henry T. Norman. Elk Park; R. L 
Wiseman, Ingalls. 

Highway Commission — Board of County 
Commissioners. 



BEAUFORT 



COUNTY SEAT. WASHINGTON. 

Formed in 171s Named in honor of Duke 
of Beaufort. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — George A. Paul, Wash- 
ington. 

Register of Deeds — Gilbert Rumley. Wash- 
ington. 

Sheriff — James H. Harris. Washington. 

Treasurer — E. R. Mixon. Washington. 

Coroner— Dr. D. T. Tayloe, Jr., Washington. 

Surveyor — L. H. Ross. Washington. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. J. W. Williams. Wash- 
ington. 

Supt. of Schools — H. H. McLean. Washing- 
ton. 

Supt. Public Welfare— Rev. H. B. Seawright. 
Washington. 

Demonstration Agent— B. T. Leppard, Wash- 
ington. 

Home Demonstration Agent— Myrtie Keller, 
Washington. 

Board of Elections— Frank H. Bryan, Wash- 
ington; L. H. Redditt, Edward; J. L James, 
Edward. 

County Commissioners — C. P. Aycock. Chm. 
Pantego; T. F. Tyer, Bath; W. G. StanciU, 
Washington. R. F. D. ; D. O. Moore, Choco- 
winity: W. I. Austin. South Creek. 

Board of Education — J. B. Sparrow Wash- 
ington; R. L. M. Bonner. Aurora: P. H. John- 
son, Pantego; E. R. Mixon. Treas.. Washing- 
ton. 

Highway Commission — F. C. Kugler. Chm 
Washington; J. D. Bullock, Leechville; B. 
T. Bonner, Aurora; T. A. Brooks, Bath; W. R. 
Cox, 1 lounts Creek. 



BERTIE 



COUNTY SEAT, WINDSOR. 

Formed in 172L'. Named in honor of James 
and John Bertie. 

County Officers 
Clerk Superior Court— W. L. Lyon. Windsor. 
Register of Deeds— S. W. Kenney, Windsor. 
Sheriff— J. W. Cooper. Windsor. 



Treasurer — J. C. Bell, Windsor. 

Coroner — Dr. F.. H. Garris, Lewiston. 

Supt of Health— Dr. J. E. Smith. Windsor. 

Board of Elections— H. C. Harrington, 
Chm., Lewiston; C. W. Mitchell, Jr., Au- 
lander; H. L. Early, Aulander. 

Supt. of Schools— H. W. Early, Windsor. 

Supt. Public Welfare— H. W. Early, Wind- 
sor. 

County Commissioners— J. T. Stokes. Wind- 
sor; T. S. Norfleet. Roxobel; J. T. Hoggard, 
Windsor; M. E. Evans, Woodard; J. E. R. 
Perry, Powellsville. 

Board of Education — M. B. Gilliam. Wind- 
sor; C. W. Mitchell, Jr.. Aulander; R. A. 
I'rquhart, Woodville: Thomas J. Smithwick, 
Merry Hill; J. C. Bell, Treas.. Windsor. 

Highway Commission — C. H. Jenkins, Chm.. 
Aulander; W. L. Baker, Windsor, R. F. D. 3; 
W. C. Evans, Keif ord : W. T. Tadlock. Wind- 
sor; C. R. Brinkley. Colerain. 



BLADEN 



COUNTY SEAT. ELIZABETHTOWN. 

Formed in 1734. Named in honor of 
Martin Bladen. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — W. J. Davis, Eliza- 
liethtown. 

Register of Deeds — R. J. Hester. Elizabeth- 
town. 

Sheriff— Lee G. Priest, Elizabethtown. 

Coroner — W. C. Sutton, Elizabethtown. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. B. T. Tally, Elizabeth- 
town. 

Board of Elections— J. A. Lyon, Elizabeth- 
town; T. B. Melvin, White Oak; David R. 
Bostic. Elizabethtown. 

Supt. of Schools — B. J. Cromartie. Garland. 

Demonstration Agent— R. K. Craven. Clark- 
ton. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Dorothy Dean, 
Elizabethtown. 

County Commissioners — C. W. Lyon, Chm., 
Elizabethtown; Guilford Home, Clarkton; 
C. H. Smith, Abbottsburg. 

Board of Education— C. R. Monroe. Council; 
Peter McQueen, White Oak; F. D. McLean, 
Bladenboro. 

Highway Commission — Board of County Com- 
missioners. 



BRUNSWICK 

COUNTY SEAT, SOUTHPORT. 

Formed in 1764. Named in honor of the 
Duke of Brunswick. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court— A. T. McKeithan. 
Southport. 

Register of Deeds— W. H. Walker. South- 
port. 

Sheriff — F. Lundon Lewis. Bolivia. 

Treasurer — Bank of Southport, Southport. 

Coroner — J. R. Hilburn. Southport. 

Surveyor — E. B. Hewette. Southport. 

Supt. of Health— J. A. Dosher. Southport. 

Board of Elections — G. T. Ruark, Shallotte; 
D. B. Long, Ash; John A. Stanley, Shal- 
lotte. 

Supt. of Schools— B. R. Page. Southport. 

Supt. Public Welfare — D. E. Robinson. 
Supply 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Jennie 
Baker. Southport. 

Farm Demonstration Agent — J. E. Dodson, 
Supply. . 

County Commissioners— C. S. Ward, Bolivia; 
D. L. Hevvett, Shallotte; R. M. Edwards, 
Exum. 

Board of Education — J. J. Adkins, South- 



COUNTY AFFAIRS AND OFFICIALS 



Bolivia" 1 ' L ' St0ne ' Shallotte : F - E. Galloway, 
Highway Commission — A. M Beck South 
port; John Holden. Southport; B K Gore 
Southport; Vernon Smith. Southport. ' 






BUNCOMBE 



COUNTY SEAT. ASHEVILLE. 

Formed in 1791. Named in honor of Ed- 
ward Buncombe. 

County Officers 
ri] Clerk Superior Court— John H. Cathey, Ashe- 

Ashefille 1 " ° f Deeds ~ Gcorge A - Di ^ Jr.. 
Sheriff — John A. Lyerley. Asheville 
Treasurer— H. S. Hyder. Asheville 
Auditor— T. M. Duekett, Asheville 
Surveyor— T. A. 'Cox, Jr., Asheville. 
Coroner— E. R. Morris. Asheville 
Tax Collector— N. A. Collins, Asheville, 

Route 5. 

viUe UPt ' ° f Health—Dr - R G - Wilson. Ashe- 

Hoard of Elections— George Pennell. Chm.. 
Asheville; Grover Robinson, Leicester; Wavne 
Beechboard. Asheville. 

Supt. of Schools— F. L. Wells. Asheville 
Supt. Public Welfare— A. W. Rymer, Ashe- 
ville. 

Home Demonstration Agent— Mrs. Annie L 
Clement, Asheville. 

Demonstration Agent — C. E. Miller Ashe- 
ville. 

County Commissioners — E. M. Lyda Chm 
Asheville: W. E. Johnson. Asheville- C c' 
Brown, Weaverville. 

Board of Education— J. D. Murphy. Ashe- 
ville; T. P. Gaston, Candler; H. S. Hyder, 
Treas., Asheville. 



BURKE 



COUNTY SEAT. MORGANTON. 

Formed in 1777. Named in honor of Ed 
mund l.urke. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — Butler Giles, Morgan 
ton. 

Register of Deeds — Miss Bertie May Moses, 
Morgan ton. 

Sheriff — R. V. Michaux, Jr., Morganton. 

Financial Agent— First National Bank, 
Morganton. 

Coroner— Dr. J. B. Riddle, Morganton. 

Surveyor— J. Harbeson, Jr., Morganton, 
R. 5. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. E. W. Phifer. Mor- 
ganton. 

Board of Elections— J. F. Spainhour. Chm 
Morganton; J. Arthur Beach, Morganton; 
Richard Williams, Morganton. 

Supt. of Schools — T. L. Sigmon. Morganton 

Supt. Public Welfare— Mrs. A. C. Avery, 
Jr., Morganton. 

County Commissioners — Charlie Lane. Chm , 
Morganton: L. A. Crawley, Morganton, it 5; 
L. Kincaid, Table Rock; George llildcrbrand, 
Connelly Springs, R. 5; John Long, Valdi i 

Board of Education — A. N. Dale. Morganton ; 
N. O. Pitts, Glen Alpine; W. E. McCon- 
naugbey. Morganton. R. 5; J. E. Cutler, Con- 
nelly Springs. 

CABARRUS 

COUNTY SEAT. CONCORD. 
Formed in 17'.»2. Named in honor of 
Stephen Cabarrus. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court— J. B. McAllister. 
Mount Pleasant. 



''•'^'V'' '"' " I '• V Elliott, Concord 

Sherifl -W. P. Mabry, I i 
Treasure! Margii McEachen I ncord 
' oroner— Dr. .in,. \ BJartsell, Concord 
Surveyor— Walter F. Furr, Concord 

cord ° f Health_Dr - s - E - Buchanan. Con- 
Board of Elections C. A. [senhour, I 

Loncord; J. C. Moore, Concord; .1. il l>,,ro,n 

( loncord. 

i,mt' pLr Cho ,v S Tr J - B , Rober tson. Concord. 
Supt. Public Welfare— Jonas C. Query, Con- 

^ Demonstration Agent— R. D. Goodman. Con- 
Home Demonstration Agent— Kathleen Wil- 
son. Concord. 

County Commissioners— J. F. Dayvault Chin 
Concord; W. D. Harry, Concord; W. i 
Kinley, Concord; John R. Heinye, Mount 
Pleasant; .1. M. Hartsell, .Midland 

Board of Education— W. R. Odell. Concord: 
W. F. Smith. Davidson, R. 24; G F Mc- 
Allister, Mount Pleasant. 

Highway Commission- Board of c 
Commissioners. 



CALDWELL 



COUNTY SEAT. LENOIR. 
Formed in 1841. Named in honor ol l>r 
Joseph Caldwell, first President of the Uni- 
versity of North Carolina. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court— W. C. Moore Jr 
Lenoir. 

Register of Deeds— John M. Crisp. Lenoir 
Sheriff— Tony Sherrill. Lenoir. 
Treasurer — J. L. Suddreth, Lenoir, R. 5. 
Coroner — J. L. Austin. Lenoir. 
Surveyor— J. f. Messick, Patterson. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. W. M. White Lenoir. 

Board of Elections— J. L. Cattrell, I. 

C. E. Rabb, Lenoir; Dr. C I. w 
Lenoir. 

Supt. of Schools— Y. D. Moore. Lenoir. 

Supt. Public Welfare— J. M. Tuttle. Lenoir. 

Demonstration Agent— D. W. Roberts Le- 
noir. 

County Commissioners— Lester Deal, Granite 
Falls; Mack Moore. CollettSville; P II I 
Lenoir. 

Board of Education — Mark Squires. Lenoir- 

D. C. Flowers. I, i ; .1 A LaxtOI , R 

J. L. Suddreth, Treas., Lenoir. 

CAMDEN 

COUNTY SEAT. CAMDEN. 

Formed in 1717. Nam.-, I in b r .•; I 

Camden, 

County Officers 
Clerk Superior Courl W .i Burgess, 
don. 

Register of l .1. s B. Beyi i I 

Sheriff W. M i, Liioh. 

Treasurer — Fb - National 

Elizabeth City 
supt. of iieniih it w I, Stevens, Shlloh 
Board of Blei tlons— W I. 
Indlantown . < > < ; Pi Hi bard, Beli rosa \\ it 
D ler, South M 
Supl ol Schoi i i. i, Indlantown 

Supt Public Welfare L. I. Sten 
town 

County Coi Isstoners D N B 

i; N B Williams, Shlloh; Johi H 
South \i 
Board ol Education w R Pritohard, South 
Mills; .(. W. Junes, south U 
Old Trap i it 8 
w B Leary, Old Trap 



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COUNTY AFFAIRS AXI) OFFICIALS 



Highway Commission — Herman Newbern, 
Chm., Belcross; Elobert Whaley, Belcross; W. 
A. Gregory, Shiloh; J. M. Burgess, Old Trap. 



CARTERET 



COUNTY SEAT. BEAUFORT. 
Formed in 1721. Named in honor of Lord 
George Carteret. 

County Officers 
clerk Superior Court — I* W. Hassell, 
Beaufort. 

Register of Deeds — John Hamilton, Beaufort. 

Sheriff— T. C. Wade. Beaufort. 

Auditor— W. L. Standi, Beaufort. 

Coroner — H. D. Norcomb, Beaufort. 

Surveyor — E. D. Hardesty, Newport, R. P. D. 

Supt. of Health— C. L. Outland, Beaufort. 

Board of Elections — D. E. Langdale. Beau- 
fort; George Piner, Morehead City; W. A. 
Macem, Beaufort. 

Supt. of Schools— M. L. Wright, Beaufort. 

Supt. Public Welfare — James Wallace 
Mason. Beaufort. 

County Commissioners — C. T. Chadwick, 
Chm., lleaufort; W. M. Webb, Morehead 
City; W. P. Taylor, Bogue; J. P. Carroway, 
Merrimon; Hamlin II. Davis, Davis. 

Board of Education — R. T. Wade. Morehead 
City; W. H. Taylor. Beaufort; W. I. Willis. 
Williston. 



CASWELL 



COUNTY SEAT, YANCEYVILLE. 

Formed in 1777. Named in honor oi 
Richard Caswell. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — B. S. Graves, 
Yanceyville. 

Register of Deeds — H. S. Turner, Yancevville. 

Sheriff— J H. Gunn, Yanceyville. 

Treasurer — Edgar A. Allison, Yanceyville, 
R. F. D. 1. 

Surveyor — W. H. Williamson, Mclver, B. 
F. D. 1. 

Quarantine Officer — Miss Carrie Slade. 
Yanceyville. 

Board of Elections — A. Y. Kerr, Chm., Yan- 
ceyville; M. C. Winstead, Milton; A. C. 
Lindsay, Yanceyville. 

Supt. of Schools — R. A. Pope. Yanceyville. 

Supt. Public Welfare — R. A. Pope, Yancey- 
ville. 

Farm Demonstration Agent — J. L. Love. 
Yanceyville. 

Coupnty Commissioners — T. H. Hatchett, 
Chm., Blanch, R. P. D. 1; D. P. Walker. 
Union Ridge, R. F. D. 1; S. P. Newman. 
Leasburg. 

Board of Education — J. P. Gwynn, Chm., 
Yanceyville; W. H. Williamson, Mclver, R. 
P. D. 1; R. I. Newman, Leasburg. 

Highway Commission — M. C. Winstead, 
Chm., Milton; T. D. Boswell, Yanceyville, 
R. F. D. 2; J. L. Warren, HIghtower. 



CATAWBA 



COUNTY SEAT, NEWTON. 

Formed in 1812. Name derived from 
Catawba River. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — Justus C. Rudisill, 
Newton. 

Register of Deeds — Mrs. Josephine Taylor, 
Maiden. 

Sheriff — George F. Bost, Hickory. 

Treasurer — J. Merton Killian, Newton. 

Coroner — S. L. Herman, Newton. 

Surveyor — Enloe M. Yoder, Hickory. 

Supt. of Health — Dr. G. W. Shipp, Newton. 



Board Of Elections — G. A. Warlick, Jr., 
Newton; W. A. Rhyne, Newton; J. Yates 
Killian, Newton. 

Supt. of Schools — G. E, Lung, Newton, 
R. F. D. 

Supt. Public Welfare— C. E. Heffner, 
Hickory. 

Demonstration Agent — J. W. Hendricks, 
Newton. 

lb une Demonstration Agent — Mrs. R. A. 
Harris, Newton. 

County Commissioners — J. D. Elliott, Chm., 
Hickory; W. R. Fry, Newton; C. A. Little, 
Catawha; R. L. Asherbranner, Henry; James 
Howard, Sherrills Ford. 

Board of Education — G. E. Bisaner, Hick- 
ory; W. G. Bandy, Maiden; Oscar Sherrill, 
Catawba. 

Highway Commission — George Lyeiiy, Hick- 
ory; Ralph R. Boggs, Catawba; Garland E. 
Mauney, Maiden ; S. L. Lefevers, Hickory ; 
E. ('. Scronce, Newton. 



CHATHAM 



COUNTY SEAT, PITTSBORO. 

Formed in 1770. Named in honor of Wm. 
Pitt, Earl of Chatham. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — J. Dewey Dorsett, 
Pittsboro. 

Register of Deeds — C. C. Poe. Pittsboro. 

Shuriff— G. W. Blair. Pittsboro. 

Treasurer — G. W. Blair. Pittsboro. 

Coroner — G. H. Brooks. Pittsboro. 

Surveyor — F. E. Womble. Siler City. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. W. Clyde Thomas, 
Siler City. 

Board of Elections — T. C. Mann, Chm., 
Pittsboro; J. Wade Siler, Siler City; J. C. 
Hammond, Pittsboro. 

Supt. of Schools — W. R. Thompson. Pitts- 
boro. 

Supt. Public Welfare — W. R. Thompson, 
Pittsboro. 

County Commissioners — E. E. Wilson. New 
Hill, R. P. D. 2; C C. Hamlet, Pittsboro; 
C. B. Fitts, Bear Creek. 

Board of Education — T. B. Bray, Pittsboro. 
R. 3; E. R. Hinton. Pittsboro: J. M. Marley, 
Siler City; P. G. Farrar, Apex, R. P. D. ; 
J. H. Norwood, Bynum; G. W. Blair, Pitts- 
boro. 

Highway Commission — Board of County Com- 
missioners. 



CHEROKEE 



COUNTY SEAT. MURPHY. 

Formed in 1839. Named in honor of the 
Cherokee Indians, who once dwelt there. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — E. E. Davis, Murphy. 

Register of Deeds — A. M. Simonds, Murphy. 

Sheriff— W. P. Odom. Murphy. 

Treasurer — R. H. Hyatt, Murphy. 

Coroner — Dr. S. C. Heighway, Murphy. 

Surveyor — W. H. Martin, Murphy. 

Board of Elections— George B. Walker, J 
Andrews ; S. W. Lovingood, Murphy ; M. W. 
West, Murphy. 

Supt. of Schools — A. L. Martin. Murphy. 

Supt. Public Welfare — A. L. Martin. 
Murphy. 

County C ommissioners — S. W. Lovingood, 
Murphy; T. J. Bristol, Andrews; Gay Bryant, 
Murphy, R. ?.. 

Board of Education — J. F. Palmer, Marble; 
C. B. Hill, Murphy; E. B. Nowell, Murphy; 
P. A. Mauney, Kinsey. 

Highway Commission — Board of County 
Commissioners. 



COUNTY AFFAIRS AND OFFICIALS 



CHOWAN 

COUNTY SEAT. EDENTON. 

Named in honor of Chowanoke tribe of 
Indians. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court— Richard D. DLxon, 
Edenton. 

Register of Deeds— R. W. Boyce, Edenton. 

Sheriff— G. W. Goodwin. Edenton. 

Treasurer — W. H. Ward, Edenton. 

Supt. of Health— M. P. VVhichard. Edenton. 

Board of Elections— H. L. Story, Chm., 
Edenton; D. M. Warren, Edenton; B. M. 
Hollowell, Tyner. 

Supt. of Schools — R. H. Bachman. Edenton. 

Supt. Public Welfare — H. T. Layton, Eden- 
ton. 

Demonstration Agent — N. K. Rowell, Eden- 
ton. 

County Commissioners — W. H. Winborne, 
Edenton; John T. Satterfleld, Edenton; C. D. 
Webb, Edenton; J. A. Webb. Edenton; A. D. 
Ward. Edenton. 

Board of Education — Thomas W. Elliott. 
Edenton; M. W. Evans. Tyner; W. H. Ward. 
Treas. , Edenton. 

Highway Commission — T. H. Shepherd, Chm., 
Edenton ; W. J. Berryman, Edenton ; George C. 
Wood, Edenton; B. W. Evans, Tyner. 



CLAY 

COUNTY SEAT. HAYESVILLE. 

Formed In 1859. Named in honor of 
Henry Clay. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — W. L. Matheson, 
Hayesville. 

Register of Deeds — Fred Jones, Hayesville. 

Sheriff — Ellis Smart, Hayesville. 

Treasurer — Ellis Smart, Hayesville. 

Coroner — Dr. R. B. Killian, Hayesville 

Surveyor — H. T. Green, Brasstown. 

Board of Eelections — W. T. Henson, Hayes- 
ville; J. O. Scroggs, Hayesville; W. T. Bum- 
garner, Hayesville. 

Supt. of Schools — Allen J. Bell, Hayesville. 

Supt. Public Welfare- r A. J. Bell, Hayes- 
ville. 

County Commissioners — W. C. Smart, Chm., 
Hayesville; H. N. Hyatt, Brasstown; G. R. 
Ford, Hayesville. 

Board of Education — S. E. Hogsed, Hayes- 
ville; M. L. Coleman, Hayesville; H. B. 
Vainer, Hayesville. 

Highway Commission — Board of County Com- 
missioners. 

Road Supervisor — W. C. Smart, Hayesville. 



CLEVELAND 

COUNTY SEAT. SHELBY. 

Formed in 1841. Named in honor of Colonel 
Benjamin Cleveland. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — George P. Webb. 
Shelby. 

Register of Deeds — R. Lee Weathers, Shelby. 

Sheriff— H. A. Logan. Shelby. 

Auditor— B. T. Falls. .Shelby. 

Treasurer — Mrs. Mary Eskridge Tarborough, 
Shelby. 

Coroner — T. C. Eskridge, Shelby. 

Surveyor — A. M. Lovelace. Mooresboro. 

Supt. of Health- Dr. K B. Bills, Shelbj 

Board of Elections- ('. A. Burrus, Shelby; 
A. P. Sparke, Shelby; W. L Dameron, Shelby. 

Supt. of Schools-^J. C. Newton, Shelby. 

Supt. Public Welfare II. M. Austell. Shelby. 

Demonstration Agent — R. B. Lawrence, 
Shelby. 



Some Dei 
Cornelius, Shelby. 

County Commissions - A i: I 
Kings Mountain; \V. \V. Wa 
K, l: G. \v. Peeler, Shelby. 

Board of Education — W. L. Plonk Kings 
Mountain ; A. P. Spake. Shelby. R 1 • - 
Mauney, Shelby. B. 5; M 
Tarborough, Treas., Shelby. 



COLUMBUS 



COUNTY SEAT. WHITEVILLE. 

Formed in 1808 Named In hon 
Christopher Columbus. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court— J. L. Memory. V. 
ville. 

Register of Deeds — A W. Baldwin. \\ 
ville. 

Sheriff — J. O. Amnions. Whiteville. 

Treasurer — W. H. Hickman. Whiteville. 

Coroner — H. V. Cook, WhlteviUe. 

Surveyor — Forney Gore, Chadbourn. 

Supt, Of Health— Dr. Floyd I 
ville. 

Board of Elections — B. 1". Baldwin, White- 
ville; J. E. Thompson, HaUsboro; i' \i 
Wray. Whiteville. 

Supt. of Schools — Harry M. Bowling. White- 
ville. 

Demonstration Agent — J. T. Lazar. White- 
ville. 

Home Demonstration Agent Miss LIUle 
Langford, Whiteville. 

Supt. Public Welfare — Harry M. Bowling, 
Whiteville. 

County Commissioners — R. B. Council, 
Chm., Wananish; .1. <;. Butler, Tabor: R. M. 
Thompson, Vlneland. 

Board of Education — J. L. Williamson. 
Cerro Gordo; E. W. Wells. Delco; ' 
Meares, Tabor; .1. B. Wycke, Hallsboro; W A 
Thompson, Halls] oro 

Highway Commission — County Board of 
Commissioners. 

Road Supt. — 1!. F. Sanderson. Vlneland. 



CRAVEN 



COUNTY SEAT. NEW BERN. 

Formed in 1731. Named In honor of William. 
Earl of Cravi n 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — L. E. Lancaster, New 
Bern. 

Register of Deeds <:. A. Farrow, New 
Bern. 

Sheriff— Joseph D. Williams, New Bern. 

Treasurer Citizens Savings Hank and 
Co.. New Bern 

Coroner — J. L Hartafleld, New B< 

Surveyor B. M Pott< r, New Bern. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. C. H Vernei 
Bern. 

Board of Elei w n Lei . Chi 

Bern ; Alfri ■! \ K ifer, New Bet a; it C 
Q Iwin, New Bi 

Supt of Schools it s. Proctor, 
Bern 

supt Public w i [fare Mi - L. J. S' 
New Bern 

Farm Demonstration Agent — A. T. La 
New Hern 

County Comml lonei \ Kafor, Chm . 
New Bern : B, it Wai ren, Vane V\ W 

New Bern ; T \ Qi ai thatn N ■ 
Bei ii \ oi in i. Dover 

ii hi of Education u \ Nunn, Si w 
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CorXTY AFFAIRS AM) OFFICIALS 



CUMBERLAND 

COUNTY SEAT, FAYETTEVI LLE. 

Formed in 1754. Named in honor of Duke 
of Cumberland. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court— W. M. Walker. Fay- 
etteville. 

Register of Deeds — D. L. Downing. Fayette- 
ville. 

Sheriff— N. H. McGeaehy, Fayetteville. 

Treasurer — D. Gaster. Fayetteville. 

Auditor — C. C. Howard. Fayetteville. 

Coroner — R. A. Allgood. Fayetteville. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. E. W. Larkin, Fay- 
etteville. 

Board of Elections — John W. Judge. Chm.. 
Fayetteville; W. MeK. Monroe, Fayetteville: 
X. F. Downing, Cedar Fork. 

Supt of Schools — B. T. McBryde, Fayette- 
ville. 

Supt. Public Welfare — John A. Martin. Fay- 
etteville. 

Demonstration Agent — W. J. Brockington, 
Fayetteville. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Mrs. Elizabeth 
Gainey. Fayetteville. 

County Commissioners — E. A. Poe, Chm., 
Fayetteville; John T. Martin, Fayetteville, 
R. F. D. ; Dr. J. W. McNeill, Fayetteville ; 
W. McK. Monroe, Fayetteville, R. F. D. 3; 
W. M. McCaskill. Fayetteville, R. F. D. 2. 

Board of Education — H. McD. Robinson, 
Fayetteville; John W. Hall. Autryville, R. 2; 
F. M. Barrett, Fayetteville; A. B. Tarboro, 
Godwin; X'athaniel McArthur, Fayetteville; D. 
Gaster. Treas., Fayetteville. 

Road Supt. — G. D. Davis, Fayetteville. 



CURRITUCK 



COUNTY SEAT. CURRITUCK. 

Named in honor of Tribe of Indians. 
County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — B. B. Bell, Shaw- 
boro. 

Register of Deeds — J. A. Taylor, Maple. 

Sheriff— R. E. Flora. Shawboro. 

Treasurer — Bank of Currituck, Moyock. 

Coroner — J. C. Walker. Maple. 

Supt. Health— Dr. W. H. Cowell, Shawboro. 

Board of Elections — L. C. Baiim, Poplar 
Branch; A. W. Hampton, Waterlily; L. H. 
Swain. Moyock. 

Supt. of Schools — W. D. Cox, Moyock. 

Demonstration Agent — J. E. Chandler, Cur- 
rituck. 

Supt. Public Welfare — W. D. Cox, Moyock. 

County Commissioners — R. P. Midgett, 
Barco; J. W. Fisher, Jarvisburg; J. D. Clifton, 
Currituck. 

Board of Education — W. H. Gallop, Chm., 
Jarvisburg; W. W. .larvis, Moyock; R. L. 
Griggs, Harbinger. 

Highway Commission — W. T. Griggs, Poplar 
Branch; W. H. Cowell, Shawboro; Stuart 
Mann, Moyock. 



DARE 



COUNTY SEAT. MANTEO. 
Formed in 1870. Named in honor of Vir- 
ginia Dare. 

County Officers 
Clerk Superior Court — T. R. Creef, Manteo. 
Register of Deeds — J. B. Dailey, Manteo. 
Sheriff — L. D. Farrow. Manteo. 
Treasurer — Abner C. Hassell. Manteo. 
Coroner — Dr. Hughes B. Hoyle. Manteo. 
Surveyor — Melvin R. Daniels, Wanchese. 



Supt. Health— Dr. W. W. Johnston, Manteo. 

Supt. of Schools — Miss Mabel Evans. Manteo. 

Supt. Public Welfare — Miss Mabel Evans, 
Manteo. 

Board of Elections — E. H. Peele, Manteo; 
A. W. Midgett, Manteo; T. B. Creef, Manteo. 

County Commissioners — M. L. Daniels, 
Manteo; M. V. Hooper. Stumpy Point; W. S. 
Davis, Wanchese; E. W. Baum, Kitty Hawk; 
I. B. Austin, Hatteras. 

Board of Education — R. C. Evans Manteo : 
T. J. Fuleher, Huxton; S. A. Griffin. Manteo; 
A. C. Hassell. Treas.. Manteo. 

Highway Commission — Board of Coun*y 
( !ommissloners. 



DAVIDSON 



COUNTY SEAT, LEXINGTON. 

Formed in 1823. Xamed in honor of Gen- 
eral William Davidson. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — E. C. Byerly, Lexing- 
ton. 

Register of Deeds — W. J. Parker, Lexing- 
ton. 

Sheriff — R. B. Talbert, Lexington. 

Treasurer — Bank of Lexington, Lexington. 

Coroner — Dr. F. L. Mock, Lexington, R. 3. 

Surveyor — X'. R. Kinney, Lexington. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. D. R. Perry, Lexing- 
ton. 

Board of Elections — W. F. Thomason, Chm., 
Lexington; John W. Lambeth, Thomasville ; 
Charles M. Hoover, Lexington. 

Supt. of Schools — J. F. Cowles, Lexington. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Gertrude 
Alexander. Lexington. 

Supt. Public Welfare — E. C. Byerly. Lex- 
ington. 

County Commissioners — G. W. Smith, Chm., 
Lexington ; R. M. Stokes, Newsome ; J. F. 
Cameron, Denton. 

Board of Education — J. C. Ripple, W'lcome: 
C. W. Stokes, Xewsom. 

Highway Commission — C. L. Padgett. Jack 
son Hill; L. V. Phillips, Yadkin College; C. 
M. Wall, Lexington; A. H. Ragan, Lexington. 



DAVIE 



COUNTY SEAT. MOCKSVILLE. 

Formed in 1837. X T amed in honor of Gen- 
eral Win. R. Davie. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — W. M. Seaford, 
Mocksville. 

Register of Deeds— T. I. Caudle, Mocksville. 

Sheriff— G. F. Winecoff, Mocksville. 

Treasurer — T. A. VanZant, Mocksville. 

Coroner — W. D. Foster, Mocksville. 

Surveyor — M. C. Ijanes. Mocksville, R. 5. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. J. W. Rodwell, Mocks- 
ville 

Board of Elections — W. A. Roberts, Cnrc., 
Cana; W. 15. Angell, Mocksville; T. N. 
Chafin, Mocksville. 

Supt. of Schools— E. P. Bradley, Mo-ksville. 

Supt. Public Welfare — Rev. H. T. Penry, 
Mocksville. 

County Commissioners — J. S. Stroud, Chm., 
Cooleemee; F. M. Tutterow, Mocksville; G. B. 
Graham, Farmington. 

Board of Education — Peter W. Hairston Ad- 
vance, R. 2; J. R. Johnston, Mocksville; J. W. 
Etchinson, Cana. 

Highway Commission — .T. G. Peebles, Ad- 
vance: R. M. Woodruff, Mocksville; O. L. 
Harkey, Cana; W. T. Foster, Cornatzer. 



COUNTY AFFAIRS AND OFFICIALS 



DUPLIN 

COUNTY SEAT, KENANSVILLE. 

Formed in 1849. Named in honor of Lord 
Duplin. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court— R. V. Wells. Kenans- 
ville 

Register of Deeds — James J. Bowden, Ken- 
ansville. 

Sheriff — Charles M. Ingram. Kenansville. 

Tresaurer — Charles M. Ingram. Kenansville. 

Coroner — B. F. Smith, Seven Springs, R. 
F. D. 

Surveyor — R. D. Kornegay. Mount Olive, 
R. F. D. 6. 

Board of Elections — R. D. Johnson. War- 
saw; Albert Martin, Calypso; II. J. Faison, 
Faison. 

Supt. of Schools— M. H. Wooten. Warsaw. 

Supt. Public Welfare — Horace Stewart, Wal- 

County Commissioners — W. F. Murphy, 
Chm.. Wallace; W. J. Middleton. Warsaw; 
A. L. Cavanaugh, Beulaville. 

Board of Education— L. Middleton, War- 
saw; W. J. Grady, Pink Hill; D. S. Williams, 
Wallace. 

Highway Commission — L. A. Beasley, Chm., 
Kenansville; H. F. Pierce, Warsaw; W. B. 
Martin, Faison ; L. H. Bradshaw, Rose Hill ; 
W G. Kornegay, Seven Springs; W. J. Mid- 
dleton, Warsaw; E. R. Hicks, Calypso. 



DURHAM 



COUNTY SEAT, DURHAM. 

Formed in 1881. Named in honor of Dr. 
Bart Durham. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court— W. H. Young, Dur- 
ham. 

Register of Deeds— M. G. Markham, Dur- 
ham. 

Sheriff— John F. Harward. Durham. 

Treasurer — S. Bowling. Durham. 

Coroner — W. P. Snead, West Durham. 

Surveyor — E. C. Belvin, Durham. 

Supt of Health — Dr. Hubert Sweaney, 
Durham. 

Board of Elections— W. S. Lockhart. Chm.. 
Durham; D. W. Sorrell, Durham; R. II. 
Riggsbee, Durham. 

Supt. of Schools— John W. Carr, Jr.. Dur- 
ham. 

Supt. Public Welfare— W. E. Stanley. Dur- 
ham. „ 

Demonstration Agent— O. H. Standard. Dur- 
ham. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Anna C. 
Rowe, Durham. 

County Commissioners— H. L. Carver, Chm.. 
Rougemont; C. M. Crutchfleld, Durham, R I 
T. O. Sorrell, Durham: D. Turrentine, Stag- 
ville; E. A. Hughes, Durham. 

Board of Education l l>. Hamlin, Dur- 
ham; W. L. Fmislic, Durham; M. L. Omstead, 
Sr., Bahama; W. I . Crawford, Durham: 
Simeon Bowling, Treas.. Durham. 

Highway Commission Board of County 
Commissioners. 



EDGECOMBE 

COUNTY SEAT. TARBORO. 

Formed in 1739. Na 1 in honor of Earl 

of Edgecombe. 

County Officers 
Clerk Superior Court— A. T. Walston, Tar- 
Register of Deeds— II. S. Bunn, Tarboro. 
Sheriff— Jesse W. Thomas, Tarboro 



County Financial Agent Farmers i aak and 
Trust Co. . Tarboro. 

Supt. of Health- Dr. R. ('. Gyles, Tari 

Board of Elections — H. 1> Ilnr.it 
Tarboro; Tommie Lawrence, Tarboro; It. II. 
Denton, Tarboro. 

Supt. of Schools — R. E. Sentelle, Tari 

Demonstration Agent — Zeno Moore. Whit 
akers. 

Supt. Public Welfare — Mi-; Georgia B 
Tarboro. 

County Commissioners — J. V. Cobb. Pine- 
tops; W. H. Home. Rocky Mount; 1> B 
Gaskill. Whitakers; II. (J. Brown, Conetoe; 
W M. Moore. Macclesfield. 

Board of Education — M. G. Mann. Tarboro: 
Dr. R. H. Speight, Whitakers; H. L. Brake. 
Rocky Mount 

Highway Commission — B. F. Shelton, Chm.. 
Sliced: H. P. Foxhall. Tarboro: Arthur Foun- 
tain, Tarboro; T. A. Wiggins, Tarboro; J. A. 
Forbes, Macclesfield. 



FORSYTH 



COUNTY SEAT. WINSTON-SALEM. 

Formed in 1884. Named in honor of 
Colonel Benjamin Forsyth. of Germanton. 
Stokes County. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court— ('. M. McKaughan. 
Winston-Salem. 

Register of Deeds — J. M. Lentz. Winston- 
Salem. 

Sheriff — J. B. McCreary. Winston-Salem. 

Coroner— Dr. W. N. Dalton. Winston Sulci. i 

Surveyor — E. A. Conrad, Pfafftown, It. F. D. 

Auditor— R. C. Vaughn, Winston -Salem. 

Board of Elections- II. M Ratcliff, Chm., 
Winston-Salem; R. G. Stockton, W! 
Salem; A. E. Holton, Winston Salem 

Tax Collector— George W. Flynt, Wl 
Salem. 

Supt. of Schools— W. B. Speas, Winston- 
Salem. 

Supt. Public Welfare— J. L. Rodwell. Wins- 
ton-Salem. 

Demostration Agent^-R. W. run. Wli 
Salem. 

County Commissioners 0. B. Eaton, l 
Winston-Salem; Fred Fogle, Winston B 
J. D. Waddell, Salem Cbs 

Poard of Kducatiim Jnhn I' CrifUth. Wins 
ton salmi; W, x Poindextcr, Walkertowi I 
T. Kapp, Betnanla 

Highway Commission E, T Mickey, Wlns- 
ton-Salem; T A dews. Winston Salem; E 
T. Lehman. Bethania. 

County Engineer l>. W. Harmoi . l^ 
ville. 

FRANKLIN 

COUNTY SEAT. LOUISBURG. 
Formed in 1 799 Kami ■! In honor I : 
miii Franklin. 

County Otflcors 
Clerk Superior Courl J. •! 5Toung, i 

' Register of D S. C ffoldi U tlsburg 

Sheriff ii v Ki ai ney, I 

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I,:., :i - i i I Mi rchanta Bank 

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Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Annie 
Bordeux, Louisburg. 

County Commissioners — R. S. Pace, Wake- 
field, R. 2; J. R. Jones, Katesville; T. S. 
p. an. Louisburg, R. I: Arthur Strickland, 
Chm., sprint,' Hope, R. 2: II. P. Speed, Louis- 
burn, R. G. 

Board of Education — A. W. Perry, Sr., 
Louisburg, R. 2; John C. Winston, Franklin- 
ton, R. 2; T. H. Dickens. Louisburg, R. 4; 
W. A. .Mullen. I'.unn ; .1. 15. Jones, Louisburg. 

Highway Commission — Board of County 
Commissioners. 

GASTON 

COUNTY SEAT, GASTONIA. 

Formed in 1S47. Named in honor of Hon. 
William Gaston. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — S. C. Hendricks. Gas- 
tonia. 

Register of Deeds — H. R. Thompson, Gas- 
tonia. 

Sheriff— G. R. Rhyne, Gastonia. 

Treasurer — C. C. Craig. Gastonia. 

Coroner — L. E. Kincaid, Gastonia. 

Surveyor — C. A. Black, Cherryville. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. L. N. Glenn, Gas- 
tonia. 

Board of Elections — Emory B. Denny. Gas- 
tonia; S. M. Robinson, Lowell; C. P. Rhodes, 
Dallas. 

Supt. of Schools — F. P. Hall. Belmont. 

Supt. Public Welfare — Miss Fay Davenport, 
Gastonia. 

Demonstration Agent — L. B. Altman, Gas- 
tonia. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Nell Pick- 
ens. Gastonia. 

County Commissioners — R. L. Stowe, Chm. , 
Belmont; D. R. Mauney, Cherryville; E. L. 
Froneberger, Bessemer Citv ; J. W. Summey, 
Dallas: T. L. Ware, Mt. Holly; J. L. Beal, 
Gastonia. 

Board of Education — S. N. Boyce, Gastonia ; 
,T. H. Rudisill, Cherryville; C. E. Hutchison, 
Mt. Holly; C. C. Craig, Treas., Gastonia. 



GATES 



COUNTY SEAT. GATESVILLE. 

Formed in 1779. Named in honor of 
General Horatio Gates. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — William R. Cowper, 
Gatesville. 

Register of Deeds— P. L. Hofler, Gatesville. 

Sheriff — W. J. Rountree, Hobbsville. 

Treasurer — Farmers Bank of Eure. Eure. 

Surveyor — W. F. Eason. Gatesville 

Board of Elections — T. W. Costen, Chm., 
Gatesville: H. I. Eason, Gatesville; W. H. 
Sloudin, Gatesville. 

Supt. of Schools — J. M. Glenn. Gatesville. 

Supt. Public Welfare— J. M. Glenn. Gates- 
ville. 

County Commissioners — Simon P. Cross, 
Gatesville: W. A. Ellis. Gatesville. R. F. D. ; 
Warren W. Powell, Savage. 

^oard of Education — Martin Kellogg, Sun- 
bury; G. D. Catling, Gates: E. A. Benton, 
Trotville. 



GRAHAM 



COUNTY SEAT, ROBBINSVILLE. 

Formed in 1R72. Named in honor of Hon. 
William A. Graham. 

County Officers 
Clerk Superior Court — A. Hardee Colvard, 
Robbinsville. 



Register of Deeds — William Sherrill, RoJ>- 
binsville. 

Sheriff— G. W. Shuler. Yellow Creek 
Creek. 

Ta\ Collector— G. W. Shuler, Yellow 
Creek. 

Coroner — F. J. Howell, Robbinsville. 

Surveyor — F. W. Smiley, Japan. 

Supt of Health— Dr. S. F. Howell. Rob- 
binsville. 

Board of Elections— M. T. Crisp, Chm., 
Robbinsville ; P. M. McKeldrey, Robbinsville : 
•T. G. Crisp. Robbinsville. 

Supt. of Schools — J. H. Moody, Robbinsville. 

Supt. Public Welfare— J. H. Moody, Rob- 
binsville. 

County Commissioners — W. J. Carrlnger, 
chm.. Robbinsville; Alfred H. Colvard, Rob- 
binsville; lb urge F. Brock, Brock. 

Board of Education — S. P. Harwood. Rob- 
binsville ; T. M. Jenkins, Robbin=ville ; D. Troy 
Hyde, Robbinsville; G. W. Shuler, Treas., 
Millsaps. 

Highwav Commission — P. R Griffin. Chm., 
Robbinsville: Ernest Cooper, Robbinsville; W. 
N. Crisp. Rough. 



GRANVILLE 

COUNTY SEAT, OXFORD. 

Formed in 174(3. Named in honor of Lord 
John Carteret, Earl of Granville. Grant from 
Charles II. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — D. C. Hunt. Oxford 

Register of Deeds — Charles G. Powell, Ox- 
ford. 

Sheriff— E. D. Htint. Oxford. 

Treasurer — John R. Hall. Oxford. 

Coroner — W. D. Bryan, Oxford. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. J. A. Morris, Oxford. 

Board of Elections — J. B. Powell, Chm , 
Oxford; C. R. Gordon, Oxford; J. T. Cozart, 
Oxford. • 

Supt. of Schools— J. F. Webb, Oxford. 

Supt. Public Welfare — J. E. Jackson, Ox- 
ford. 

Countv Commissioners — J. Ennis Davis. Chm., 
Younesville. R. 3; H. A. McGhee, Oxford, 
R. 7; Graham C. Daniel, Oxford. R. fi ; 
Thomas G. Taylor. Oxford; W. L. Clark. Vir- 
gii'na. Va . R. F. D. 

Board of Education — F. M. Pinnix. Oxford; 
T. G. Currin. Oxford R 6: C H. Cheatham. 
Oxford. R 3: John R. Hall. Treas.. Oxford 

Highway Commission — E. T. White, Oxford: 
J. G. Morton, Bullock: W. E. Cannaday, Ox- 
ford. 



GREENE 

COUNTY SEAT, SNOW HILL. 

Formed 'n 1799. Named in honor of 
Nathaniel Greene. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — George W. Hart 
Snow Hill. 

Register of Deeds — Hugh L. Lassiter, Snow 
Hill. 

Sheriff— E. A. Rasberry, Snow Hill. 

Treasurer — First National Bank, Snow Hill. 

Coroner — C. E. Jones, Snow Hill. 

Surveyor — R. E. P.eaman. Walstonburg. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. W. W. Whittington. 
Snow Hill. 

Board of Elections — F. L. Rouse, Chm., 
Snow Hill: N. F. Palmer, Hookerton; B. W. 
Hill, Snow Hill. 

Supt of Schools — J. H. Workman, Snow Hill. 

Demonstration Agent — Miss Lillie Aycock, 
Snow Hill. 

Supt. Public Welfare — J. H. Workman. 
Snow Hill. 



COUNT? AFFAIRS AND OFFICIALS 






County Commissioners — J. H. Harper, Clini., 
Snow Hill; I. F. Smith. Walstonburg; C C 
Sugg, Hookerton ; C. L. Hardy, Maury; 11. T 
Hardy, LaGrange. 

Board of Education — B. W. Edwards, Snow 
Hill; B. F. D. Albritton, Hookerton; T. E. 
Barrow. Farmville. 

Highway Commission — .T. T. Exum, Snow 
Hill; F. L. Rouse, Snow Hill; J. E. Debnam, 
Snow Hill. 

GUILFORD 

COUNTY SEAT, GREENSBORO. 

Formed in 1770 from Orange and Rowan 
counties. Named in honor of Lord North, 
Earl of Guilford, who, in 1770, became First 
Lord of the Treasury and Prime Minister to 
England. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — M. W. Gant, Greens- 
boro. 

Register of Deeds— Robert H. Wharton, 
Greensboro. 

Sheriff — David B. Stafford, Greensboro. 

Treasurer — G. H. McKinney, Greensboro. 

Coroner — George B. Robertson. Greensboro. 

Surveyor — John R. Edmond. Greensboro. 

Supt. of Health — W. M. Jones, Greensboro. 

Board of Elections — Thomas C. Hoyle. Chra.. 
Greensboro; R. D. Douglas, Greensboro. 

Supt. of Public Schools— Thomas R. Foust, 
Greensboro. 

Supt. Public Welfare — Mrs. Blanche Carr. 
Greensboro. 

Demonstration Agent — B. B. Garrett, Greens- 
boro. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Addie 
Houston, Greensboro. 

County Commissioners — J. A. Rankin, Chm., 
Greensboro, R. 4 ; J. Giles Foushee, Greens- 
boro; D. Lanier Donnell, Oak Ridge; W. C. 
Jones, High Point: Geo. A. Garrett, Julian. 

Board of Education — Charles H. Ireland, 
Chm., Greensboro; Dr. C. S. Gilmer, Greens- 
boro; Dr. Dred Peacock, High Point; S. E. 
Coletrane, Guilford College, R. F. D. ; Monroe 
Chrismon, Brown Summit. 

Highway Commission — W. C. Boren, Chm., 
Greensboro; J. Elwood Cox, High Point; J. W. 
Burke, Gibsonville. 



HALIFAX 



COUNTY SEAT, HALIFAX. 

Formed in 1758. Named in honor of the 
Earl of Halifax. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court— Sterling M. Gary. 
Halifax. 

Register of Deeds — Robert L. Dickens, Hall- 
Sheriff — J. A. House, Thelma. 

Treasurer — Norfleet S. Smith, Scotland 
Neck. 

Coroner — H. G. Rowe. Weldon. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. Paul C. Carter. Wel- 
don. 

Board of Elections — Wade H. Dickens, 
Weldon"! Ben Fishel. Hollister; W. S. Sanders, 
Roanoke Rapids. 

Supt. of Schools — A. E. Akers. Roanoke 
Rapids. 

Supt. Public Welfare — R. D. Jenkins, 

Rosemary- 
Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Allen, 

Roanoke Rapids. 
Countv Commissioners — George L. Hayes, Jr., 

Chm., Rosemary; .1 W Whitaker, Enfleld; 

S. T. Thome, Jr., Airlie: J. W. Pierce Wi 

J. A. Kitchin, Scotland Neck 

Board of Education— W. E Daniel, w 

N L Stedman, Halifax; w. F. White, Enfleld 



Highway Commission \ B 
Hollister; .1 R Dickens, Bull id. B P 
Johnston, Weldon; B. B. Everett, Pa 
J. T. Chase, Roanoke Raj. id-. 



HARNETT 



COUNTY SEAT. LILLINGTON. 
Formed in 1855 I Irgai 

in honor of C liUS Harnett. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court— L. M. Chaffln. Lii- 
lington. 

Register of Deeds — W. I! Faucette, [/Wins- 
ton. 

Sheriff -J. W McArtan, LiUingl 

Auditor — D. P. McDonald, Olivia. 

Coroner — Dr. Chas. Highsmith, Dunn, 

Surveyor — Hugh Prince, Dunn. 

Supt. of Helath— Dr. J. W. Halford, Lil- 
lington. 

Supt. of Schools — B. P G 'rv. LiWnj 

Board of I ■ — W. F. Hockaday Lil- 

lington; W. C. Davis. Mamers; J. W. w 
Dunn. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Elizabeth 
Bridge, Lillington. 

Farm Demonstration Ageul 11. A. 
Lillington. 

Supt. of Public Welfare Mi Mame Camp. 
Lillington. 

County i lornm Ja - \ Taylor, 

Chm., Dunn; W. J. Mc Stewart, C al J. A. 
I'uchanan, Broadway, R. 2; J. C 
Kipling; M. J. McNeill. Broadway, R 1 

Board of Education -John M Hi (Tim., 

Linden; N. A. Smith, Kipling; II (' Can 
Olivia: D. P. McDoi . Olivia. 



HAYWOOD 



COUNTY SEAT. WAYNESVILLE. 

Formed in 1808. Named in honor of John 
Haywood. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court— Claude A. Haynes. 
Waynesville. 

Register of Deeds— C. F. Klrkpatrlck. 
Waynesville. 

Sheriff — J. F. Cabe. Canton. 

Treasurer — Walter Ferguson, Waynesville. 

Coroner— Dr W. A Graham, Cral 

Surveyor— J. W. Seaver, Wayn BVllle 

Supt. Of Health Dr. R. L. Allen. W« 
ville. 

Board of ESlections Thomas J. Strlngfleld. 
Waynesville; G. L. Hampton, Canton; Vv\ T. 

I lenton, Waynesville. 

Supt. of Schools— A. C. Bejnolds, Wi 

Ville 

County Commissioners - H Arthui 1 1 
Chm., Canton . \ bei rj Howell, Wl 
M M. Noland, Waynesville 

■ nd of Ed ii < 

ii,,. Paul Hyatt, Canton, R V D 
J Sloan, w ayne n llle; W alt t i 
Treas., Waynesville. 

Highway Comi Qounty B 

Commissioners; A. Howell, Chm . \ v 
ville. 

HENDERSON 

COUNTY SEAT. H E N DERSON V I LLE. 
Formed In 1888. Named In I 
ernor Hei d< 

County Officers 
cierk Superior Courl C M Ptc« Hender- 
lonvllle 

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COUNTY AFFAIRS AND OFFICIALS 



Sheriff — .T. W. Rallinger, HendersonviUe. 

Treasurer — Citizens National Rank, Hender- 
sonviUe. 

Tax Collector — W. A. Whitmlre, Hender- 
sonviUe. 

Coroner — G. E. Dixon, HendersonviUe. 

Surveyor — \V. C. Jordan, HendersonviUe. 

Supt of Health— Dr. A. R. Drafts, Hen- 
dersonviUe. 

Ruard of Elections — R. L. Whitmlre, Chm., 
HendersonviUe ; Charles Rozzelle, Henderson- 
viUe ; K. G. Morris, HendersonviUe. 

Supt. of Schools — R. G. Anders. Henderson- 
viUe. 

Supt. Public Welfare— J. W. Rane, Hender- 
sonviUe. 

County Commissioners — J. P. Fletcher, Chm., 
Fletcher ; G. W. Justice, HendersonviUe ; V. C. 
Shepherd, HendersonviUe. 

Hoard of Education — H. E. Erwin, Tuxedo; 
J. R. Sandifer, HillviUe: J. W. Morgan, Hen- 
dersonviUe. 

Highway Commission — G. W. Justice, Chm., 
HendersonviUe; J. D. Wilfong, HendersonviUe; 
.Terman Jones, Dana. 



HERTFORD 



COUNTY SEAT, WINTON. 

Formed in 1750. Named in honor of Marquis 
of Hertford. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — D. R. McGlohon, 
Winton. 

Register of Deeds — J. A. Northcott, Winton. 

Sheriff— R. Scull. Harrellsville. 

Treasurer — The Rank of Winton. Winton. 

Coroner — Dr. L. M. Futrell, Winton. 

Surveyor — A. T. Newsome, Winton. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. L. K. Walker. Ahoskie. 

Roard of Elections — E. J. Gerrock, Chm., 
Ahoskie; W. A. Perry, Harrellsville; A. S. 
Mitchell, Winton. 

Supt. of Schools— N. W. Eritton. Winton. 

Demonstration Agent — H. L. Miller, Winton. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Myrtle 
Swindell. Winton. 

Supt. Public Welfare— N. W. Rritton, Win- 
ton. 

County Commissioners — J. H Mitchell, 
Ahoskie; F. G. Tayloe, Ahoskie: W. J. 
Yaughan, Ahoskie; E. H. Eure, Winton; J. O. 
Askew, Jr., Harrellsville; E. W. Whitley, 
Murfreesboro. 

Roard of Education — John E. Vann, Winton ; 
R. G. Williams, Colfleld ; G. C. Picot, Como. 

Highway Commission — H. G. Snipes, Wood- 
land; W. R. Pollard. Winton; J. A. Powell, 
Harrellsville; ,T. D. Eridgers. Winton; J. B. 
Worrell, Como ; J. R. Garrett, Ahoskie. 



HOKE 



COUNTY SEAT, RAEFORD. 

Formed in 1911. Named in honor of Gen- 
eral R. F. Hoke. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — William L. Poole. 
Raeford. 

Register of Deeds — D. K. Blue, Raeford. 

Sheriff— Edgar Hall. Raeford. 

Treasurer — W. J. McCraney. Raeford. 

Coroner — -Dr. R. R. Wilkins, Raeford. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. G. W. Rrovvn, Raeford. 

Board of Elections — Oscar Leach, Raeford; 
D. G. McMillan, Raeford; R. L. Cox, Raeford. 

Supt of Schools— W. P. Hawfleld. Raeford. 

Supt. Public Welfare— W. P. Hawfleld, Rae- 
ford. 



County Commissioners — E. R. McNeill, Rae- 
ford; II. F. Currie. Red Springs. R. 1 ; D. G. 
McMillan. Raeford, R. 1; M. G. Ray, Rock- 
Ash; J. W. Smith, Vass. 

Board of Education— Dr. G. W. Brown. Rae- 
ford; N. A. McDonald, Timberland; Ryan 
McBryde, Red Springs, R. 1. 

Highway Commission — Roard of County 
Commissioners; W. E. Elue, Road Supt., 
Raeford. 



HYDE 

COUNTY SEAT. SWAN QUARTER. 

One of the original precincts of the Lords 
Proprietors. Named in honor of Edward 
Hyde, Governor of the Colony. 
County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — 0. L. Williams. 
Swan Quarter. 

Register of Deeds — D. G. Saunders, Swan 
Quarter. 

Sheriff— Harry O'Neal. Fairfleld. 

Treasurer — Dr. J. E. Mann. Lake Landing. 

Roard of Elections — R D. Harris. Chm.. 
Swan Quarter; S. D. Mann, Swan Quarter: 
J. E. Swindell, Lake Landing. 

Supt. of Schools — G. M. Guthrie, Swan 
Quarter. 

Supt, Public Welfare— G. M. Guthrie, Swan 
Quarter. 

County Commissioners — R. F. Mason, Chm., 
Swan Quarter ; Joseph Harris, Seranton ; J. M. 
Ballance, Fairfleld; O. B. Gibbs, Lake Land- 
ing; S. G. Clarke, Lake Landing. 

Board of Education — Z. T. Fortescue, Scran- 
ton ; W. J. Midyette. Lake Landing ; J. R. 
Mason, Swan Quarter: W. R. Nixon, Fair- 
field: M. S. Credle. Swan Quarter; J. E 
Mann, Treas. , Lake Landing. 

Highway Commission — Geo. C. Swindell, 
Seranton; J. S. Mason, Swan Quarter; T. E. 
Saunderson, Lake Landing; James Watson, 
Fairfield. 



IREDELL 



COUNTY SEAT. STATESVILLE. 
Formed in 1788. Named in honor of James 
Iredell. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — J. A. Hartness, States- 
ville. 

Register of Deeds — W. H. Marrow, States- 
ville. 

Sheriff — M. P. Alexander. Statesville. 

Treasurer — R. F. Rives. Statesville. 

Coroner — .1. G. Colvert. Statesville. 

Surveyor — S. O. Lazenby, Statesville. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. Ross S. McElwee, 
Statesville. 

Roard of Elections — J. A. Stewart, Chm., 
Statesville; J. N. McElwee, Statesville; D. L. 
Raymer, Statesville. 

Supt. of Schools — James A. Steele, States- 
ville. 

Supt. Public Welfare— W. W. Holland, 
Statesville. 

Demonstration Agent — R. W. Graeber, States- 
ville. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss H. Celeste 
Henkel, Statesville. 

County Commissioners — H. L. Gilbert, Chm., 
Statesville, R. 6; S. C. Tomlin, Statesville; 
N. Sankey Gaither, Harmony; W. C. Johnson, 
Mooresville ; J. T. Smith, Troutmans. 

Board of Education — Dr. F. B. Gaither. 
Harmony ; D. W. Lawrence, Mooresville ; W. 
C. Wooten, Statesville; R. F. Rives, Treas., 
Statesville. 

Road Supt.— H. L. Gilbert, Statesville, 
R. 6. 



COUNTY AFFAIRS AND OFFICIALS 






JACKSON 



COUNTY SEAT, SYLVA. 

Formed in 1851. Named in honor of General 
Andrew Jackson. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — W. L. Henson, Sylva. 

Register of Deeds — Raymond R. Nicholson, 
Sylva. 

Sheriff— N. L. Sutton, Sylva. 

Treasurer — J. W. Davis, Webster. 

Coroner — G. W. McConnell, Webster. 

Surveyor — T. F. Buchanan, Greens Creek. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. Grover Wilkes, Sylva. 

Board of Elections — C. C. Buchanan, Chm., 
Wilmot; O. B. Coward, Webster; B. F. Jarrett, 
Dillsboro. 

Supt. of Schools— O. S. Dillard, Svlva. 

Supt. Public Welfare — T. B. Cowan, Web- 
ster. 

Demonstration Agent — R. W. Gray. Sylva. 

County Commissioners — T. A. Dillard, Chm., 
Cashiers; G. C. Turpin, Gay; Abe Moore, 
Webster. 

Board of Education — M. Buchanan, Sylva; 
J. N. Wilson, Cullowhee; W. M. Fowler, 
Glenville; G. C. Cooper, Whittier, R. F. D. 
1 ; J. W. Davis, Treas. , Webster. 

Highway Commission — T. A. Cox, Sylva; W. 
H. Smith. Cowarts; J. L. Broyles, Webster; 
Dillard Hooper, Cowarts; S. W. Enloe, Dills- 
boro. 



JOHNSTON 



COUNTY SEAT, SMITH FIELD. 

Formed in 1746. Named in honor of Gabriel 
Johnston, Colonial Governor. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — Ed. F. Ward, Smith - 
field. 

Register of Deeds — W. T. Adams, Smithfleld. 

Sheriff — W. J. Massey, Smithfleld. 

Treasurer — First National Bank, Smithfleld. 

Coroner — J. H. Kirkman, Smithfleld. 

Surveyor — Romulus Lambert. Smithfleld. 

Auditor — J. A. Keen. Smithfleld. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. Thel Hooks, Smithfleld. 

Board of Elections — W. D. Avera, Chm. 
Smithfleld; Thad Hinton, Clayton; R. I. Wal- 
lace; Smithfleld. 

Supt. of Schools — H. B. Morrow, Smithfleld. 

Supt. Public Welfare — H. V. Rose. Smith- 
field. 

Demonstration Agent — S. J. Kirby, Smith- 
field. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Minnie 
Lee Garrison, Smithfleld. 

County Commissioners — D. B. Oliver, Chm., 
Pine Level; John W. Wood. Benson; Perry 
Johnson, Benson; Ransom Gully, Clayton, 

Board of Education — W. G. Wilson. Wilsons 
Mills; George F. Woodward. Princeton; John 
T. Talton, Clayton. 

Highway Commissioner — James A. Wellon, 
Chm., Smithfleld. 

JONES 

COUNTY SEAT. TRENTON. 

Formed in 1779. Named in honor of Willie 
Jones, a noted patriot. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — W. II. Hammond, 
Trenton. 

Register of Deeds — P. B. McDaniel, Tren- 
ton. 

Sheriff— J. R. Westbrook, Comfort. 

Treasurer -Bank of Jones. Trent, o 

Board of Elections (!. C. Herritapre, Chm., 
Trenton; J. K. Dixon, Trenton; .1. K Brock, 
Trenton. 



Supt. of Schools— John R Barker Trei 
Supt. Public Welfare— John R Barker. Tren- 

Demonstration ARent— E. F. Fletcher Tren- 
ton. 

County Commissioners— J, R. Lowry Chm 
Trenton; Paschal Taylor, Comfort; E I.' 
Mattocks. Maysvilte; E E. Bell, Pollocl 
J. W. Mallard. Trenton. 

Board of Education— B. L. Brock. Comfort: 
?,■ P ., Bender. Pollocksville: A. C. Foscue. 
Maysville. 

Highway Commission— Board of County Com- 
missioners. 



LEE 

COUNTY SEAT. SANFORU. 
Formed in 1908. Named in honor ot I 
eral Robert E. Lee. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court— D. E. Mclver San- 
ford. 

Register of Deeds— J. W. Mcintosh San- 
ford. 

Sheriff— L. C. Rosser, Banford. 

Financial Agent— Page Trust Company, 
Sanford. 

Coroner— Dr. C. L. Scott, Sanford. 

Surveyor — W. Leon Jewel, Sanford. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. E. M. Mclver, ] 
boro. 

Board of Elections — J. W. Stout, Chm.. 
Sanford; G. W. Walls, Moncure; J. It. B 
Sanford. 

Supt. of Schools— C. E. league, Sanford. 

Supt. of Public Welfare — J. A. Overton, 
Lemon Springs. 

Homo Demonstration Agent Mi - OertTUde 
V. Little, Sanford. 

County Commissioners — P. J. Barrlnger. 
Sanford; J. J. Edwards, Lemon Spring 
L. Cole, Carbonton ; J. W. Knott. Si 
R. 1 : Guy Cox, Jonesboro, R. 3. 

Board of Education J. C Watson, I 
boro, R. l; D, E. Shaw, Broadway; i R 
Buchan, Sanford. 

Highway Commission— Board of County 
Commissioners, 



LENOIR 



COUNTY SEAT. KINSTON. 
Formed in 1791. Named In b 
William Lenoir. 

County Officers 
Cirri; Superior COUTI .I 

Register of Deeds C w Prldgen, Kli 

Sheriff— A. W, Taylor. Kington. 

Treasurer . J 1 1 I ta« ion R Inston, 

Auditor C Oettlnger. Kinston. 

Coroni i 1 1 i PI ton. 

Surveyoi G r Loftin, Kinston, It 

Supt, of Health Di Robert S Met 
R Inston. 

Board ol I P S B Harper, Chm . 

Kinston; K G. Creech, LaG ' r 

Parrott, Kli 

Svpt. of E 

Supt Public V\ R 0. B. 1 ■ nlinn. 

k Inston. 

i »emo tratlon \ ■ I m B 
Km ton. 

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COUNTY AFFAIRS AND OFFICIALS 



Board of Education — N. J. Rouse, Kinston; 
\V B Berton. Kinston, R. 5: Paul A. 
Hodges, Kinston; John H. Dawson, Treas., 
Kinston. 

Highway Commission— E. V. Webb. Kinston; 
H C. Hines. Kinston; G. S. Willard. Pink 
Hill 

Road Supt. — Frank Rbem, Kinston. 



LINCOLN 



COUNTY SEAT. LINCOLNTON. 

Formed in 1779. Named in honor of Gen- 
era] Benjamin Lincoln. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — A. Nixon, Lincolnton 

Register of Deeds — J. E. Hoover, Lincolnton 

Sheriff — W. B. Abernethy, Lincolnton. 

Treasurer — M. T. Leatherman, Lincolnton. 

Coroner — S. R. Warlick. Lincolnton. 

Surveyor — A. B. Heavner, Lincolnton, R. 1. 

Supt. of Health — Dr. J. W. Saine Lincoln - 
ton. 

P.oard of Elections— C. E. Childs, Chm., 
Lincolnton; D. A. Yoder, Lincolnton; R. J. 
Mauser, Lincolnton. 

Supt. of Schools — L. B. Beam. Lincolnton. 

Demonstration Agent — Joseph G. Morrison, 
Stanley, R. 1. 

Supt. Public Welfare — L. B. Beam. Lin- 
colnton. 

County Commissioners — R. C. Goode, Lincoln- 
ton ; D. A. Troutman, Iron Station ; N. H. 
Cline, Lincolnton, R. F. D. ; G. L. Beam, 
Reepsville, R. F. D. ; O. F. Howard, Denver. 

Board of Education— Kemp P. Nixon, Lin- 
colnton; Milton S. Rudisill. Crouse; J. W. 
Crouse, Lincolnton; J. W. Little, Denver; M. T. 
Leatherman, Treas., Lincolnton. 



Coroner — Dr. G. F. Ross, Walnut. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. J. N. Moore, Mar- 
shall. 

Quarantine Officer — Dr. Frank Roberts, 
Marshall. 

Hoard of Elections — Roy Gudger. Chm.. 
Marshall; J. L. Carter, Mars Hill; John 
Jarrett, Marshall. 

Supt. of Schools — Homer Henry, Marshall. 

Supt. of Public Welfare — Homer Henry, 
Marshall. 

County Commissioners — J. C. Chandler, Chm., 
Walnut; G. L. McKinney, Marshall; J. B. 
McDevitt, Marshall. R. 5. 

Board of Education — Jasper Ebbs, Trust; 
W. M. Roberts, Marshall; N. B. McDevitt, 
Marshall. 

Highway Commission — Board of County 
Commissioners. 



MARTIN 



MACON 



COUNTY SEAT, FRANKLIN. 

Formed in 1829. Named in honor of 
Nathaniel Macon. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court^Frank I. Murray. 
Franklin. 

R.-gister of Deeds — Elmer Johnson, Franklin. 

Sheriff — Alex. Moore. Franklin. 

Treasurer — Alex. Moore. Franklin. 

Coroner — J. J. Conley, Franklin. 

Surveyor — John H. Dalton, Iotla. 

Supt. of Health— S. H. Lyle, Franklin. 

Board of Elections— C. D. Band. Chm., 
Franklin; T. S. Murray, Franklin; John E. 
Rickman, Franklin. 

Supt. of Schools — M. D. Billings. Franklin. 

Supt. Public Welfare — Charles A. Shook, 
Franklin. 

County Commissioners — A. B. Slagle, Chm., 
Franklin, R. 1 ; C. R. Cabe, Otto; Lawrence 
Ramsey, Franklin, R. 3. 

Board of Education — S. H. Lyle, Franklin: 
N. L. Bernard, Franklin; T. C. Bryson, 
Wests Mills. 

Highway Commission — County Board of 
Commissioners. 



COUNTY SEAT, WILLI AMSTON. 

Formed in 1774 from Halifax and Tyrrell 
Counties. Named in honor of Josiah 
Martin, the last Royal Governor of North 
Carolina. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court— R. J. Peel. Williams- 
ton. 

Register of Deeds — S. S. Brown, Williamston. 

Treasurer — C. D. Carstarphen, Williamston. 

Coroner — Dr. J. B. H. Knight, Williamston. 

Surveyor — Sylvester Peel, Williamston. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. W. E Warren, Wil- 
liamston. 

Board of Elections — H. M. Burrus, Chm., 
Williamston; R. B. Jenkins, Robersonville ; 
W. W. Walters, Jamesville. 

Supt. of Schools — A. J. Manning, Williams- 
ton. 

Demonstration Agent — J. L. Holliday, Wil- 
liamston. 

Supt. Public Welfare — A. G. Manning, Wil- 
liamston. 

County Commissioners — H. C. Green, Chm., 
Williamston, R. 1 ; V. B. Taylor, Williamston ; 
R. 3; W. B. Harrington, Jamesville; J. G. 
Barnhill, Robersonville; C. A. Askew, James- 
ville. 

Board of Education — R. G. Harrison. Wil- 
liamston ; J. T. Waldo. Hamilton ; W. H. Holli- 
dav. Robersonville: C. D. Carstarphen. Treas. 
Williamston. 



Mcdowell 



MADISON 



COUNTY SEAT. MARSHALL. 
Formed in 1851. Named in honor of 
President James Madison. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — W. A. West, Marshall. 
Register of Deeds— J. Will Roberts, Marshall. 
Sheriff— R. R. Ramsey, Walnut. 
Treasurer — Citizens Bank and Bank of 
French Broad, Marshall. 

Auditor — W. E. Finley, Marshall. 



COUNTY SEAT, MARION. 

Formed in 1842. Named for Colonel Joseph 
McDowell. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — J. L. Laughridge, 
Marion. 

Register of Deeds — Fred Barnes, Marion. 

Sheriff — J. L. Nichols, Marion. 

Treasurer — M. G. Poteet. Marion. 

Coroner — G. B. Johnson. Old Fort. 

Surveyor — L. A. Harey, Nealsville. 

Supt. Public Health— Dr. Guy S. Kirby, 
Marion. 

Board of Elections— O. F. Adkins. Chm., 
Marion; H. H. Tate, Marion; C. F. James. 
Marion. 

Supt. of Schools — N. F. Steepe. Marion. 

Supt. Public Welfare — Miss Mary Greenlee, 
Marion. 

County Commissioners — J. Logan Lacky, 
Chm., Old Fort; E. E. English, Ashford; 
J. L. Wilson, Nebo. 

Board of Education— T. W. Stacey, Nebo; M. 
P. Flack. Vein Mountain; J. S. Bradley. Old 
Fort: M. G Poteet, Treas., Marina. 



COUNTY AFFAIRS AND OFFICIALS 



Highway Commission — H. F. Little, Marion ; 
W. P. Artz, Old Fort; A. P. Morris, Neals- 
ville. 



MECKLENBURG 

COUNTY SEAT, CHARLOTTE. 

Formed in 1764. Named in honor of home 
of Princess Charlotte, bride of King George 
III. of England. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — James Yandle, Char- 
lotte. 

Register of Deeds — John B. Renfrew, Char- 
lotte. 

Sheriff— W. O. Cochrane, Charlotte. 

Treasurer — J. W. Stinson, Charlotte. 

Coroner — F A. Hovis Charlotte. 

Surveyor — T. B. Spratt, Charlotte. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. C. S. McLaughlin, Char- 
lotte. 

Board of Elections — W. M. Smith, Chm., 
Charlotte; W. C. Davis, Charlotte; AY. T 
Alexander, Derita. 

Supt. of Schools— J. M. Matthews. Charlotte. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Bertha 
Proffitt, Charlotte. 

Demonstration Agent— Kope Elias, Charlotte. 

Supt. of Public Welfare— M. M. Grey, Char- 
lotte. 

County Commissioners — J. B. McLaughlin, 
Chm., Charlotte; P. D. Price. Charlotte. K. 
F. D. ; J. H. Robinson, Derita; W. M. Ross, 
Matthews, R. F. D. ; Zeb B. Morris, Matthews. 

Board of Education — Plummer Stewart. 
Charlotte; B. D. Funderburk, Matthews; W. J. 
Hutchinson, Charlotte, R. 7; W. M. Morrow, 
Pineville; C. H. Caldwell, Charlotte, R. 8; 
James W. Stinson, Treas. , Charlotte. 

Highway Commission — Thomas Griffith. Char- 
lotte; J. R. Withers, Charlotte; A. J. Draper, 
Charlotte. 



MITCHELL 



COUNTY SEAT, BAKERSVILLE 

Formed in 1861. Named in honor of Rev. 
Elisha Mitchell, the Mountain explorer. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — Jeter C. Burleson, 
Bakersville. 

Register of Deeds — Jeff H. McKinney, 
Bakersville. 

Sheriff— Robert C. Forbes, Forbes. 

Treasurer — J. M. Gouge, Toe Cane. 

Coroner — Dr. C. E. Smith, Ledger. 

Surveyor — W. L. Byrd, Poplar. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. rims. E. Smith, 
Ledger. 

Board of Elections— W. B. Young. Chm. 
Bakersville; John Jarrett, Bandana; John 
Slagle, Bakersville. 

Supt. of Schools— Jason B. Deyton, Forbes. 

Supt. Public Welfare — Jason I'. Deyton, 
Forbes. 

County Commissioners Joseph H. Griffith, 
Peppers; Them. Frank. Kwart; A. W. Mc 
Kinney, Pakersville. 

Board of Education — D. F. Fortner, wing; 
John W Gudgcr. Bakersville ; C. T. Mickey. 
Spruce Pine; W. C. Berry, Bakersville; Tarley 
TurbyflU, Clarissa; J. M. Gouge, Treas., 
Toe Cane. 

Highway Commission John C. McBee, Chm 

Bakersville; John M. Washburn, Spruce I ii 

M. A. Anderson, Bakersville; Bristou EMI . 
Lunday. 



MONTGOMERY 

COUNTY SEAT. TROY. 

Formed in 1779. Nam. 
eral Richard Montgomery. 

County Officers 
Clerk Su] 

Register of Deeds — E. II Wood, Troy. 
Sheriff Geo. W. Stuart, Troy. 
Treasurer- Geo. W. Stuart, i 
Surveyor— N. M. Thayer, Eldorado, 
Supl "i Health— C. n.iligny, I 
Board Of Elections E. K. Walll 
Troy; (). ,T. Blalock, Troy; \V G D 

Mt Gilead 

Supt. Public Welfare— I. S oy. 

Supt. Schools — J. S. Edwards, Troy. 

County Commissioners- W. L Wright. I 
Tioy; J. A. McAulay, Mt. Gilead; B. A 
Ophir. 

Board of Education — B. L. Davis. I 
Troy; J. J. Russell, Blaine; \V. B I 
.Mt. Cilead. 

Highway Commission — W. B. Hicks, B 
Lewis Dorsett, Mt. Gilead; W. Clyde Cape), 
Candor; I. K. Russell, Troy; <;. Mullinix. 
Eldorado; W. G. Smitherman, Troy; V, r 
Scarboro, .Mt. <;ilead. 



MOORE 



COUNTY SEAT. CARTHAGE. 

Formed in 1871. Named in honor of Judge 
Alfred Moore. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — J. Alton Mclver. Car- 
thage. 

Register of Deeds — E. C. Matheson, Car- 
thage. 

Sheriff— R. <; n I :„•*. 

Treasurer — Bank of Pinehurst, Pinehurst 

Coroner — Dr. G. McLeod, Carthage. 

Surveyor — M. McQ. Bailey. Carth.i 

Board of Elections— N. .1. Muse, Chm . Car- 
thage, It. F. n. I; John W. Graham, I 
thage; \V. <;. Jennings, Carthage. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. A. M.N Blui Car- 
thage. 

Supt. of Schools — A. B. Cameron, l i 

Farm Demonstration Agent- M W. Wail. 
Carthage. 

Home Demonstration Agent Miss Bertha 
Proffitt, Carthage. 

Supt. Public Welfare — A. B. Cameron, I 

County Commissioners— II I' M PI 
Chm. Cameron; G C Shaw. High Falls. l> 
A. McLaughlin. \ 

! ..aid of Education W. n. n. Lawborn, 
Carthage; J. it WcQu< d, Lakevlew; t r. 

'i j on l i' ■ i 

ii ighwaj Comi ' ' Chm . 

Pinehurst. 



NASH 



COUNTY SEAT. NASHVILLE. 
Formed In i 77s Named In I 
eral \> r Ma h 

County Officers 
Clerk Superior Courl J N Bills. Nt hviHa 

Register ol I i- 3 B Boddli . Nt hfllle. 

Sheriff C L Johnston, Nashville, 
i . b urei -I N 'i l 
Ci roner .' n <:' lffln, Ni hi 
Surveyor ■(. P Chambli e Mldd as, B 
Sunt ..t Schools I. s h 
Board of 1 W 

Mount .1" i' Cooper, Nashvllli LI 

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Count; Commissioners — G. L. Jone3. Nash- 
ville ; M. F. Morgan. Bailey, R. F. D. ; W. B. 
Bunting, Nashville, B. F. D. ; F. P. Spruill, 
Bock; Mount; C. W. Lassiter, Spring Elope. 

Board of Education — Frank V. Avent, Whit- 
akers, B. 5; C. D. Jones, Bed Oak; A. F. 
Manning, Middlesex. 

Highway Commission — L. T. Vaughn, Nash- 
ville; M. V. Banihill, Boeky Mount; P. A. 
Morgan, Spring Hope; F. V. Avent. Aventon ; 
H L. Dillard. Spring Hope, B. F. D. ; J. W. 
Privitt, I'.ailey 



NEW HANOVER 

COUNTY SEAT, WILMINGTON. 

Formed in 172(1. Named in honor of the 
House of Hanover, then the reigning dynasty. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — W. N. Harriss, Wil- 
mington. 

Begister of Deeds — A. B. Bhodes, Wilming- 
ton. 

Sheriff — Geo. C. Jackson, Wilmington. 

Auditor — J. A. Orrell, Wilmington. 

Becorder — Geo. Harriss, Wilmington. 

Coroner — A. S. Holden, Wilmington. 

Supt. of Health — J. W. Hamilton, Wilming- 
ton. 

Board of Elections — H. E. Goodwin, Wil- 
mington; J. B. Hollis, Wilmington; H. S. 
Trott, Wilmington. 

Supt. of Schools — W. A. Graham. Wilming- 
ton. 

Supt. Puhlic Welfare — Anita Waldhorst. Wil- 
mington. 

Demonstration Agent — J. P. Herring, Wil- 
mington. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Florence 
Jeffress, Wilmington. 

County Commissioners — A. Hewlett, Chm.. 
Wilmington; L. D. Latta, Wilmington; W. 
K. Dosher. Wflmington; W. E. Yopp. Wilming- 
ton; Geo. W. Trask, Wilmington. 

Board of Education — Herhert MeClammy. 
Wilmington; T. E. Cooper, Wilmington; B. 
Solomon, Wilmington. 

Boad Superintendent — W. A. McGirt. Wil- 
mington. 

NORTHAMPTON 

COUNTY SEAT, JACKSON. 

Formed in 1741. Named in honor of the 
Earl of Northampton. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — W. J. Beale, Jackson. 

Begister of Deeds — S. J. Calvert, Jackson. 

Sheriff — H. L. Joyner, Jackson. 

Treasurer — Farmers Bank of Seaboard, 
Seaboard. 

Coroner — J. S. Grant. Jackson. 

Surveyor — C. B. Bevelle, Conway. 

Supt. of Heath— Dr. Paul G. Parker, Jack- 
son. 

Supt. of Schools — P. J. Long. Jackson. 

Board of Elections — B. F. Tennille, Chm.. 
Jackson; J. C. Bottoms, Margarettsville ; T. H. 
Peele, Bich Square. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Nancy 
McLawhorn. Jackson. 

County Comissioners — J. G. Stancill, Chm.. 
Margarettsville; J. T. Bolton, Rich Square; 
C. J. Garris, Conway. 

Board of Education — J. W. Weaver. Bich 
Square; E. S. Bovvers. Jackson; A. L. Lassiter. 
Potecasi. 



ONSLOW 



COUNTY SEAT. JACKSONVILLE. 

Formed in 1734. Named in honor of Sir 
Arthur Onslow. 

County Officers 

Clerk of Superior Court— N. A. Burton, Jack- 
sonville. 



Begister of Deeds — I. E. Ketchum, Jackson- 
ville. 

Sheriff — J. B. Gurganus, Jacksonville. 

Treasurer — Bank of Onslow. Jacksonville. 

Coroner — B. L. Kellum. Jacksonville 

Supt. of Health— Dr. E. L. Cox. Jackson- 
ville. 

Board of Elections — G. Brown, Jacksonville; 
W. L. Ketchum, Jacksonville; W. H. Hurst, 
Hutx>rt. 

Supt. of Schools — W. M. Thompson, Jack- 
sonville. 

Demonstration Agent — D. L. Latham. Jack- 
sonville. 

Supt Public Welfare — W. M. Thompson, 
Jacksonville. 

County Commissioners — W. B. Ventus, Rich- 
lands; C. S. Pittman, Swansboro ; W. T. 
Bryan, Folkstone. 

Board of Education — D. F. Howard, Bich- 
lands; Hosea Brown, Jacksonville; N. E. Day, 
Jacksonville. 



ORANGE 



COUNTY SEAT. HILLSBORO. 

Formed in 1752. Named in honor of 
William of Orange. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — Charles Strayhorn, 
Hillsboro. 

Begister of Deeds — John F. McAdams, Hills- 
boro. 

Sheriff — L. Bunn Lloyd, Hillsboro. 

Treasurer — Samuel T. Latta. Jr. Hillsboro. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. B. B. Hayes. Hillsboro. 

Board of Elections — S. M. Gattis, Jr., Hills- 
boro; O. L. Thomas, Hillsboro; Lueco Lloyd, 
Chapel Hill. 

Supt. of Schools— B. H. Claytor. Hillsboro. 

Supt. Public Welfare— R. H. Claytor. Hills- 
boro. 

County Commissioners — R. H. Ward. Chm.. 
Hillsboro; A. E. Wilson, Hillsboro, R. 1; J. 
D Webb, Chapel Hill. 

Board of Education — S. Browning, West Dur- 
ham. B. 1; C. A. McDade. Hillsboro. B. 2; 
W. S. Boberson. Chapel Hill; Samuel Latta. 
Jr., Treas., Hillsboro. 



PAMLICO 



COUNTY SEAT. BAYBORO. 

Formed in 1872. Named in honor of 
Pamlico Sound. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — J. P. Woodward, 
Stonewall. 

Begister of Deeds — L. T. Brinson, Bayboro. 

Sheriff— W. H. Pickles, Bayboro. 

Treasurer — Bank of Pamlico, Bayboro. 

Coroner — E. B. Woodard, Bayboro. 

Surveyor — J. P. Tingle, Grantsboro. 

Board of Elections — S. F. McCotter, Chm. 
Vandermere; F. B. Hooker, Oriental; J. S. 
Richardson, Florence. 

Supt. Public Welfare — T. B. Attmore, 
Stonewall. 

Supt. of Schools — T. B. Attmore, Stonewall. 

County Commissioners — Wright Goodwin, 
Chm., Lowland; J. L McCotter, Grantsboro; 
W. \V. Hooker, Alliance; Balph Harris, 
Oriental; L. T. Hodder, Stonewall. 

Board of Education — S. M. Campen. Al- 
liance; J. C. Jones, Mesic: G. W. Brinson, 
Arapahoe; W.- J. Morgan, Oriental; Fred Sil- 
verthorn, Whartonsville. 

Highway Commission — W. J. Smith, Sr., 
Chm., Oriental; D. A. Dies, Bayboro; D. C. 
McCotter, Cash Corner. 



COUNTY AFFAIRS AND OFFICIALS 



PASQUOTANK 

COUNTY SEAT, ELIZABETH CITY. 

Formed in 1729. Name derived from the 
Pasquotank Indians, who once occupied the 
section. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — Ernest L. Sawyer, 
Elizabeth City. 

Register of Deeds — Geo. W. Brothers, Eliza- 
beth City. 

Sheriff— Charles Reid, Elizabeth City. 

Treasurer — Savings Bank and Trust Co., 
Elizabeth City. 

Coroner — Dr. I. Fearing, Elizabeth City. 

Surveyor — W. F. Pritchard, Elizabeth City 
R. 3. 

,Supt. of Health— Dr. C. B. Williams, Eliza- 
beth City. 

Supt. of Schools — M. P. Jennings, Elizabeth 
City. 

Supt. Public Welfare — Mrs. Anna Lewis, 
Elizabeth City. 

Demonstration Agent — G. W. Falls, Eliza- 
beth City. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Marcie P. 
Albertson, Elizabeth City. 

Board of Elections — M. B. Simpson, Chm., 
Elizabeth City; J. K. Wilson. Elizabeth City; 
F. M. Newby, Sr., Elizabeth City. 

County Commissioners — Noah Burfoot, Chm., 
Elizaheth City; Hillery Cartwright, Elizabeth 
City; W. J. F. Spence, Elizabeth City, R. 
6; P. G. Pritchard, Elizabeth City, R. 3; Jas- 
per C. Thompson, Elizabeth City, R. 1 ; C. A. 
Onley, Okisko; C. B. Mundon, Weeksville. 

Board of Education — J. M. Leroy, Elizabeth 
City; W. G. Cox, Weeksville, R. 1.; D. W. 
Morgan, Elizabeth City, R. 5. 

Highway Commission — J. J. Morris, Chm., 
Elizabeth City; J. W. Foreman, Elizabeth 
City; S. G. Scott, Elizabeth City; O. L. 
Bundy, Elizabeth City. R. F. D. 5; R. B. 
Davis, Weeksville; C. C. Pritchard, Secretary, 
Elizabeth City. 



PENDER 



COUNTY SEAT. BURGAW. 

Formed in 1,875. Named in honor of 
General W. D. Pender, of Edgecombe County. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — S. V. Bowen, Bur- 
gaw. 

Register of Deeds — J. C. Carr, Burgaw. 

Sheriff — A. W. King, Burgaw. 

Treasurer — A. W. King, Burgaw. 

Auditor — A. H. Costin, Burgaw. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. W. I. Taylor. Burgaw. 

Board of Elections — John J. Best, Burgaw; 
DeA r ane Murphy, Atkinson; J. L. Kelly. 
Watha. 

Supt. of Schools — T. T. Murphy. Burgaw. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Georgia 
Piland. Burgaw. 

Supt. Public Welfare — T. T. Murphy, Bur- 
gaw. 

County Commissioners — H. B, Bloodworth, 
Chm., Rocky Point: l> I. Corbett, Currle; 
\V. s. Rochelle, Scotts Hill. 

Board of Education — H. M. Page. Burgaw; 
R. M. Foy. Scotts Hill; G. -I. Moore, Atkin on; 
A. w. King, Treas. , Burgaw. 

PERQUIMANS 

COUNTY SEAT. HERTFORD. 
Formed in 1072 as a precinct of AH 
County, and in 1738 made a county Name 
derived from tribe of [ndians win. oc 
the legion. It was here that George I'urnnt. 



lam,, | in the early Colonial 
State, settled and reci ., die 

Indians, which deeds can now be 
record at Hertford. At Phelps Point, 
is now the town ol Hertford, was he 
first religious scrvico in North Carolli . 
which there is any authentic The 

records in the county are among the 
and most interesting in the State 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — H. G. Winslow, 
ford. 

Register of Deeds — W. F. C. Edwards. Hert- 
ford. 

Sheriff— Whit G. Wright. Hertford. 

Treasurer — L. W. Norman, Hertford, 

Coroner — Dr. T. A. Cox, Hertford 

Surveyor — J. P. Winslow, Hertford 

Supt. of Health— Dr. G. E. Newby, Hertford. 

Board of Elections — P. E. Langston, Hert- 
ford; R. E. Brinn, Hertford; George w. 
Barrow, Hertford. 

Supt. of Schools — Charles Whedbee, Hert- 
ford. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Hel D 
Gaither. Hertford. 

Demonstration Agent — L. W. Anderson, Hert- 
ford. 

County Commissioners — C. W. Morgan. Hert- 
ford; Hugh P. White, Belvldere; s. P. 
Matthews. Hertford; W. E. Dail, Hertford; 
G. D. Towe. Chapanoke. 

Board of Education — Thomas Nixon. Hert- 
ford; R. H. Welch. Hertford. R. 3; J. H. 
Miller, Winfall; L. W. Norman, Treas.. Hert- 
ford. 

Highway Commission — C. Whedbee, Chm.. 
Hertford. - — ■ 



PERSON 



COUNTY SEAT. ROXBORO. 

Formed in 17H2. Named in honor ot 
era! Thomas Person. 

County Officers 
Clerk Superior Court — D. W. Bradsher. Rox- 
boro. 

Register of Deeds W. 'I'. Kirliy. RoXbOTO. 
Sheriff — J. M. Long, Roxboro 
Treasurer — B. G. Clayton, Roxboro. 
Coroner — A. F. Nichols, Roxboro. 
Surveyor — W. Hoy Gates, EtOZl 

Supt. of Health — w a. Bradsher, Boa 

Supt. of Schools — j a Beam, Roxboro. 

Hoard of Elections— R. L. Harris. Chm., Rox- 
l oro ; T, B. Woody, Boxboro. 

Supt. Public Welfare- -Rev .1 A 
Roxboro. 

County Commissioners — D, M Cash, Morlah; 
W. II. Harris. Roxboro; B. I-' Hester, Hurdle 
Mills 

Board of Education— W B Wllkerson, Rox- 
boro 1; R. D. I'aiiey. Woodsdale; Garland 
Chambers, Tlmberlake; w A Warren Hurdle 

Mills; C T w I. Boxboro; B G I 

Treas., Boxboro 

Highway Comi M it i. i; 

J. II. Hester, Roxboro, H .IS \\ 

Roxboro. 



PITT 

COUNTY SEAT. GREENVILLE 

Formed In 1 
Named In honor of William I'm. Earl ,,( 

t h. I'll. Ill 

County Officers 
i jierh Supet lor I lout r J I Han 
Grei nvl 
Register of Dei ,i i C Gastrin Qi infill* 
shrnt) \ C Jacl 

Treaaurei v I M 



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COUNTY AFFAIRS AND OFFICIALS 



Coroner — S. G Wilkinson, Greenville. 

Surveyor — W. C. Dresbach, Greenville. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. P. J. Chester, Green- 
ville. 

Board of Elections — Frank M. Wooteu, 
Greenville; George A. Clark, Greenville; Exuni 
Dail, Ayden. 

Supt. of Schools — R. G. Fitzgerald, Green- 
ville 

Supt. Public Welfare— K. T. Futrell, Green- 
ville. 

Demonstration Agent — W. B. Pace, Green- 
ville. 

County Commissioners — W. J. Smith, Bethel; 
s M. Crisp, Falkland; L. A. Stocks, Chicod; 
W. W. Dawson, Grifton ; J. W. Holmes, Farm- 
ville. 

Board of Education — A. G. Cox, Winterville; 
L. C. Arthur, Greenville; M. O. Blount, 
Bethel. 

Highway Commission — W. H. Dail, Jr., 
Greenville; J. B. Turnage, Ayden; J. A. Staton, 
Bethel. ■ 



POLK 



COUNTY SEAT, COLUMBUS. 
Formed in 1855. Named in honor of 
Colonel W. M. Polk. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — H. H. Carson, Colum- 
bus. 

Register of De.'ds — W. C. Hogue, Columbus. 

Sheriff — G. L. Thompson, Saluda. 

Treasurer — Polk County Bank & Trust Co., 
Columbus. 

Coroner — James Smith, Columbus. 

Surveyor — Lewis E. Denton, Columbus. 

Supt. of Health — Dr. Earle Grady, Tryon. 

Board of Elections — F. M. Burgess, Colum- 
bus; J. F. Ormond, Columbus; S. B. Edwards, 
Tryon. 

Supt. of Schools— E W. S. Cobb. Columbus. 

Demonstration Agent — J. R. Sams, Columbus. 

Supt. Public Welfare— E. W. S. Cobb, Co- 
lumbus. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Sarah Maude 
Padget, Columbus. 

County Commissioners — W. Y. Wilkins, 
Chm., Tryon; Azer E. Arledge, Mill Spring; 
B. L. Whitlee, Melvin Hill. 

Board of Elections — Mrs. Daisy Feagan. 
Columbus; Walter Jones, Tryon; E. M. Salley, 
Saluda. 



RANDOLPH 



COUNTY SEAT, ASHEBORO. 

Formed in 1799. Named in honor of the 
Randolph family of Virginia. 
County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — David Weatherly, 
Franklinville. 

Register of Deeds — Bee M. Kearns, Farmer. 

Sheriff — A. Carl Cox, Asheboro. 

Treasurer — E. E. Lewallen. Asheboro. 

Coroner — Dr. Waite Lambert, Asheboro. 

Surveyor — Wm. D. Spoon, Asheboro. 

Board of Elections — I. C. Moser, Asheboro; 
S. W. Presnell, Asheboro; J. B. Humble, 
Asheboro. 

Supt. of Health — Dr. J. V. Hunter, Ashe- 
boro. 

Supt. of Schools — T. F. Bulla, Asheboro. 

Supt. Public Welfare— T. F. Bulla, Asheboro. 

Farm Agent — E. A. Millsaps, Jr., Asheboro. 

County Commissioners — Joseph Weaver, Chm., 
Archdale; L. M. Crawford, New Hope Academy; 
Herbert S. Edwards, Franklinville. 

Board of Education — L. F. Ross. Asheboro; 
J. A. Martin. Liberty; Irvin N. Cox, Randle- 
man, R. 2; E. E. Lewallen, Treas. , Asheboro. 



RICHMOND 



COUNTY SEAT, ROCKINGHAM. 
Formed in 1779. Named in honur oi the 
l Hike of Richmond. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — W. S. Thomas, Rock- 
ingham. 

Register of Deeds — R. L. Johnson, Rocking- 
ham. 

Sheriff — H. D. Baldwin, Rockingham. 

Treasurer — Bank of Pee Dee, Rockingham. 

Auditor — J. D. Covington, Rockingham. 

Coroner — A. M. Smith, Rockingham. 

Surveyor — N. A. Graham, Rockingham, R. 3. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. W. R. Mcintosh. 
Rockingham. 

Board of Elections — O. L. Henry, Chm , 
Rockingham; H. P. Austin, Hamlet; R. A. 
Manship, Rockingham. 

Supt. of Schools — L. J. Bell, Rockingham. 

Supt. Public Welfare — O. G. Reynolds, Rock- 
ingham. 

County Commissioners — H. D. Hatch, Chm., 
Hamlet; H C. Wall, Rockingham; C. C. 
Caddell, Hoffman; A. T. White, Ellerbe. 

Board of Education — W. N. Everett, Jr., 
Rockingham ; D. A. Parsons, Covington ; 
J. P. Gibbons, Hamlet; J. M. Dockery, Rock- 
ingham. 

Highway Commission — Board of County Com- 
missioners. 

Road Supt. — J. C. Baldwin, Rockingham. 



ROBESON 



COUNTY SEAT. LUMBERTON. 

Formed in 1798. Named in honor of Colonel 
Robeson. (Battle of Elizabethtown, 1781.) 
County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court— C. B. Skipper, Lum- 
berton. 

Register of Deeds — M. W. Floyd. Lumberton. 

Sheriff — R. E. Lewis. Lumberton. 

Tresurer — Bank of Maxton, Maxton. 

Surveyor — J. Ed. Tyson, Lumberton. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. E. R. Hardin. Lumber- 
ton. 

Board of Elections — Frank Gough, Lumber- 
ton; E. Fisher, Fairmont; J. W. Hall, Lumber 
Bridge. 

Supt. of Schools — J. R. Poole. Lumberton. 

Demonstration Agent — O. O. Dukes, Lumber- 
ton. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Flax An- 
drews, Lumberton. 

Supt. of Public Welfare — Miss Elizabeth 
Frye, Red Springs. 

County Commissioners — John W. Ward, Chm., 
Rowland; Rnry McNair, Maxton; John G. 
Hughes, Parkton; W. J. Council, Red Springs; 
C. B. Towsend, Lumberton. 

Board of Education — Lucius McRae. Red 
Springs; Mrs. W. W. Lewis, Fairmont; T. L. 
Johnson, Lumberton; Miss Kate Mel. Buie, 
Red Springs; C. T. Pate, Purvis. 

Highway Commission — T. O. Evans, Chm., 
Maxton ; W. L. Thompson, Lumberton ; Geo. 
A. McKay, Red Springs: D. J. Oliver, Mari- 
etta; G. T. Fisher, St. Pauls; J. I. Town- 
send, Lumberton. 



ROCKINGHAM 

COUNTY SEAT. WENTWORTH. 

Formed in 1785. Named in honor of Lord 
Wentworth, Marquis of Rockingham. 

County Officers 
Clerk Superior Court — Hunter K. Penn, 
Wentworth. 



COTJNTT AFFAIRS AND OFFICIALS 



Register of Deeds — Wade H. Gentry. Went- 
worth. 

Sheriff— J. F. Smith, Beidsville. 

Coroner — Dr. S. G. Jett, Beidsville. 

Surveyor — S. B. Daraeron. Beidsville. 

Supt. of Health — Dr. Sara. Ellington, Went- 
worth. 

Board of Elections — E. F. Hall, Beidsville 
John Irving, Wentworth ; C. M. Lynn, Spray. 

Supt. of Schools — L. N. Hickerson, Went- 
worth 

Supt. Public Welfare — J. H. Allen, Beids- 
ville. 

Demonstration Agent — F. L. Walker, Beids- 
ville. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Mrs. Ethel W. 
Moore, Beidsville. 

County Commissioners — B. P.. Chance, Beids- 
ville; Jas. B. Martin, Stuneville; Thus. K. 
Pratt, Madison; W. F. Pruitt, Baffin; J. F. 
McCollum, Madison. 

Board of Education — George W. Martin. 
Madison; B. F. Mebane, Spray; A. D. Hop- 
kins, Benaja; Eugene Irvin, Beidsville; C. P. 
Wall. Spray. 

Highway Commission — G. W. Estes, Boad 
Supt., Madison. 



ROWAN 



COUNTY SEAT. SALISBURY. 

Formed in 1743. Named in honor of Mat- 
thew Bowan. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — J. F. McCubbins, 
Salisbury. 

Begister of Deeds — Max L. Barker, Salis- 
bury. 

Sheriff— J. H. Krider, Salisbury. 

Treasurer — W. H. Crowder, Salisbury. 

Auditor — A. B. Near, Salisbury. 

Coroner — Dr. H. H. Newman, Salisbury. 

Surveyor — N. A. Trexler, Salisbury. 

Supt. of Health — Dr. C. \V. Armstrong, 
Salisbury. 

Board of Elections — Edwin C. Gregury. Chm., 
Salisbury; W. C. Coughenour, Salisbury; 
M. L. Gantt, Salisbury. 

Supt. of Schools — B. G. Kizer, Salisbury. 

Supt. Public Welfare— Mrs. Mary 0. Lin- 
ton, Salisbury. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss M. Adna 
Edwards, Salisbury. 

Farm Agent— W. G. Yearger. Salisbury. 

County Commissioners— H. E. Rutty. Chm., 
Salisbury; Charles A. Brown, Cleveland; W. 
A. ('line, Salisbury, B. F. 1>. No. :) ; W. D. 
Graham, Mount I'lla; C. L. Miller. Rockwell. 

board of Education— H. E. Bitty. Salisbury; 
F. D. Patterson, China Grove: W. D. Graham, 
Mount LTlla; C. L. Miller, Rockwell; W A 
Cline, Salisbury; W li. Crowder Treas., 
bury. 

Road Supt. — W. M. Brown, Landis. 



RUTHERFORD 

COUNTY SEAT, RUTH ERFORDTON. 
Formed in 1799. Named in honor ol I li 
eral Griffith Rutherford. 

County Officers 
Clerk Superior Court I>. B. Johnston, Ruth- 

I'! fOl ■ i t OH. 

Register of Deeds— M. T. Wilkie, Ruther- 
fordton 

Sheriff— J. W. Beason, Rutherfordton 

Treasurei Mrs. Minnie F. tJlanton, 
Rutherfordton; 

Coroner — P. If. Hardin, Foresl City. 

Supt. of Health in. T, B. Twitty, Ruthei 
fordton. 



Supt. oi Schools— W. K. Hill, Kutli 
ton. 

Supt. Public Welfan it i: Prii R 
fordton. 

Board of Elections — ,1, It An I 
Rutherfordton; 1. B. Covington. Ruthei 
ton ; \v. .1. McDaniel, Ruthefoi 

Demonstration Agent L. D. Thra 9 
fordton. 

Home Demonstration Agei M Eva Logan, 
Rutherfordton. 

County Commissioners W c li 

Harris; G. W. Watson, Rutherfordton, B 
G. W. Bollins, Caroleen. 

Board of Education \V. W. Nairn, y. I 
side; Mrs. C. B. Wiseman, Henrietta; Plato 
Gettys, Hollis. 

Highway Commission — Board ol Count} I 
missioners. 



SAMPSON 



COUNTY SEAT. CLINTON. 

Formed from Duplin in 17sl. Named in 
In in r of Colonel John Sampson. 
County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — W. F Sessoms, Clin- 
ton. 

Begister of Deeds — John B. Williams. ( : 

Sheriff — Archie A. Jernigan, Dunn, K r 
D. 6. 

Treasurer — Bank of Sampson. Clinton. 

Coroner — Dr. J. Street Brewer, 11 

Surveyor — John W. Herring, ion land 

Supt. of Health— Dr. E. T. Hollingsworth, 
Clinton. 

Supt. of Schools — J. L. Bathcock, Clinton, 

Board of Elections — J. R. Bason, Salemburg; 
J. C. Holliday, Clinton; li. II. Crumpler, 
Clinton. 

Demonstration Agent — B. T. Melvin, Clinton. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Mrs W, B. 
Lamb. Garland. 

Supt. Public Welfare — D. W. I 
Clinton. 

County Commissioners E I. Crumpler, Chm . 
Clinton; .1. Harmon lliitt. Newton G 
D Herring, Delway. 

Board oi Education -i M Starling, R 
boro; w. A. Jackson, Cooper; ■ I Robinson, 
Garland. 

Highway Commission I: I, Crumpler, Clin- 
ton; \ It Herring. Clinton : .1. W I 
Newton Grove; w. I. Wright, Irtgold; B i 
Jackson, Cooper. 

Ri ad Sunt. L. E. Wlutti lo. Clinton. 



SCOTLAND 



COUNTY SEAT. LAURINBURG. 
Formed in 1900 

County Officers 
Clerk Superior Courl C D M l 
Laurinburg. 

Registi D c i \i I nburg. 

Sheriff w I I McLaurii Laurl 
i asurei W i > McLaui Laurlnl org. 

Coronei N Hammond, Laurinburg 
Sin v. ■'. mi \V E Matthi « s, m. . , B F I ' 
Sunt ol Health Di r i 

burg. 

I ..; I . . i 

Chm . i. urn Inburg; \> \ McKci 

c c Snead, Laurel iiiii 

Supl I , \l r La urg 

So, LP ' \l r. ,• I .inrin 

County Comi I 

burg : W G Buic, VVn lit Johl v m 
i 'olman, Gil 

I'., .u.l.il T I. 

i': \v i. SI im; w 

w D. McLau i 

burg. 



COrXTY AFFAIRS AXD OFFICIALS 



STANLY 



COUNTY SEAT. ALBEMARLE. 
Formed in 1840. Named in honor of John 
Stanly, of New Bern. 

County Officers 

Clert Superior Court— J. A. Little, Albemarle. 

Register of Deeds— George P. Palmer, Al- 
bemarle. 

Sh.-riff — J. J. Morton. Albemarle. 

Coroner — Dr. C. M. Lentz, Albemarle. 

Surveyor — J. M. Haywood, Albemarle. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. J. N. Anderson, Al- 
bemarle. .... 

Hoard of Elections— W. E. Smith, Albemarle 
D. D. Parker, Albemarle; A. Selders, Albe- 
marle. 

Supt. of Schools— Charles A. Reap. Albe- 
marle. 

Supt. Public Welfare— Z. V. Moss, Albe- 
marle. 

Demonstration Agent — Oscar H. Phillips. Al- 
bemarli'. 

County Commissioners— R. N. Furr, Chm., 
Albemarle: Q. E. C. Coble, Oakboro ; Henry 
W. Culp, New London. 

Hoard of Education— S. L. Gulledge. Al- 
bemarle: \V. A. Hough, Palmerville; L. H. 
Bost, Albemarle. 

Highway Commission— R. G. Troutman. Al- 
bemarle. R. 3; A. F. Mabry. Albemarle: A. F 
Biles, Albemarle; J. A. Allen, Xew London; 
C. F. Smith, Stanfleld. 



STOKES 



COUNTY SEAT, DANBURY. 

Formed in 1789. Named in honor of Colonel 
John Stokes, an officer in the Revolutionary 
War. 

County Officers. 

Clerk Superior Court— A. J. Fagg. Danbury. 

Register of Deeds— James R. Bowen, Dan- 
bury. 

Sheriff— J. Frank Dunlap, Danbury. 

Coroner — Dr. R. G. Tuttle, Walnut Cove. 

Treasurer — J. Frank Dunlap, Danbury. 

Surveyor — Herbert Carter, Sandy Ridge. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. J. C. Helsabeck, 
Germanton. 

Supt. of Schools— J. C. Carson. Germanton. 

Supt. Public Welfare — J. C. Carson, German- 
ton, 

Board of Elections— S. W. Pulliam, King; 
S. P. Christian, Westfleld; J. H. Fulton, 
Walnut Cove. 

County Commissioners — Samuel P. Venable, 
Chm., Danbury; E. F. Stone, Pinnacle; R. T. 
Spencer, Campbell. 

1'oard of Education— John L. Christian, 
Chm., Pinnacle: J. Reid Forest, Francisco; 
W. S. Steele, Sandy Ridge. 



SURRY 



COUNTY SEAT, DOBSON. 

Formed in 177(1. Named in honor of Surry 
County in England. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court— F. T. Llewellyn, Dob- 
son. 

Register of Deeds— Miss Lillian Harkrader. 
Dobson. 

Sheriff — C. H. Haynes, Mt. Airy. 

Treasurer — W. B. Marvin, Dobson. 

Coroner — J. S. Cook, Pilot Mountain, R. 2, 

Surveyor — .1. V. Marsh, Ararat. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. L. L. Williams, Mount 
Airy. 



Supt of Schools — E. S. Hendren, Mt. Airy. 

Iioard of Elections — Robert A. Freeman, 
Chm., Dobson; A. G. Webb, Mt. Airy; C. C. 
Holderfleld, Dobson. 

.Supt. Public Welfare — C. Gurney Robertson, 
White Plains. 

County Commissioners — W. J. Byerly. Chm.. 
Mount Airy; I. D. Wallace; Kapps Mill; Alex 
Chatham, Elkin. 

Board of Education— E. H. Wrenn, Mount 
Airy; O. E. Snow, Pilot Mountain; R. H. 
Chatham. Elkin; J. H. Thorp, Elkin; W. L. 
Chilton, Ararat. 

Highway Commission — Dr. Moir S. Martin, 
Chm., Mount Airy: J. B. Sparger. Mount Airy; 
J. S. Patterson, Pilot Mountain: J. F. Smith, 
Westfield; Alex Chatham, Elkin. 



SWAIN 



COUNTY SEAT, BRYSON CITY. 

Formed in 1871. Named in honor of David 
L. Swain. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court— S. B. Smiley, Bryson 
City. 

Register of Deeds — Y. A. Browning, Bryson 
City. 

Sheriff — W. C. Martin, Bryson City. 

Treasurer — G. P. Ferguson, Bryson City. 

Coroner — B. C. Thomanson, Bryson City. 

Surveyor — W. W. Jenkins, Bryson City. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. A. M. Bennett, Bry- 
son City. 

Board of Elections— M. W. Taylor. Chm.. 
Bryson City ; J. E. Gibson, Bryson City ; 
A. F. Patterson, Bryson City 

Supt. of Schools— N. E. Wright. Bryson, City. 

Demonstration Agent — Frank Fleming, Bry- 
son City. 

Supt. Public Welfare— N. E. Wright, Bry- 
son City. 

County Commissioners — S. E. Yarnrr, Chm., 
Whittier; W. T. Conley, Bryson City; E. B. 
Jenkins, Judson. 

Board of Education— S. W. Black, Chm., 
Bryson City; R. J. Roan, Whittier; J. T. 
Cunningham, Almond. 

Highway Commission — Board of County 
Commissioners. 



TRANSYLVANIA 

COUNTY SEAT. BREVARD. 

Formed in 1861 from Henderson and Jackson 
Counties. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court— N. A. Miller, Brevard. 

Register of Deeds — Roland Owen, Brevard. 

Sheriff — W. E. Shipman, Brevard. 

Treasurer — T. Ed. Patton, Brevard. 

Surveyor — A. E. Lyday, Brevard. 

('cruller — A. L. Hardin, Brevard. 

Supt. of Health— W J. Wallis, Brevard. 

Board of Elections— C. C. Kilpatrick, Bre- 
vard: C. F. Woodiin, Frevard; Dr. E. S. 
English, Brevard. 

Supt. of Schools— A. F. Mitchell. Brevard. 

Supt. Public Welfare — A. F. Mitchell, Bre- 
vard. 

Countv Commissioners— G. T. Lyday, Bre- 
vard; W. S. Ashworth, Brevard; T. S. Gallo- 
way, Rosman. 

Board of Education — Edwin Poor, Davidson 
River; B. A. Gillespie, Brevard; W. H. Duck- 
worth, Brevard; J. E. Patton, Treas., Brevard. 

Highway Commission — T. H. Shipman. Bre- 
vard; C. E. Orr, Brevard; R. F. Glazener. 
Rosman. 



COUNTY AFFAIRS AND OFFICIALS 



TYRRELL 



COUNTY SEAT, COLUMBIA. 

Formed in 1728. Named in honor of Sir 
John Tyrrell, one of the Lords Proprietors. 
County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — Jerry Brickhouse. 
Columbia. 

Register of Deeds — William J. White, Colum- 
bia. 

Sheriff — Andrew J. Cohoon, Columbia. 

Treasurer — Carolina Banking and Trust Co., 
Columbia. 

Coroner — J. C. McClees, Columbia. 

Surveyor — B. I!. Basnight, Columbia. 

Board of Elections — James G. Brickhouse, 
Columbia: S. S. Woodley, Columbia; B. R. 
Cohoon, Columbia. 

Supt. of Schools— W. F. Walters, Columbia 

Supt. Public Welfare — W. F. Walters, Co- 
lumbia. 

County Commissioners — Dr. B. W. Cohn, 
Chm., Columbia; C. J. Cohoon, Columbia. 
R. 1 ; C. A. Jones, Gum Neck. 

Board of Education— W. J. Coffleld, Colum- 
Columbia, R. 1; Carolina Bank and Trust Co., 
Treas. , Columbia. 

Highway Commission — W. E. Spencer, Chm., 
Columbia ; W. W. Sawyer, Columbia, R. 1 ; 
G. W. Tarkenton, Gum Neck; W. E. Bate- 
man, Columbia. R. 2; H. L. Sexton, Creswell, 
R. 3. 



UNION 



COUNTY SEAT, MONROE. 

Formed in 1842 from Anson and Mecklen- 
bnrg Counties. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — R. W. Lemmond, 
Monroe. 

Register of Deeds — M. C. Long, Monroe. 

Sheriff— Clifford Towler, Monroe. 

Treasurer — Bank of Union, Monroe. 

Coroner — Paschal Abernathy, Monroe. 

Surveyor— R. W. Elliott, Monroe, R. F. D. 

Supt. of Health — Dr. G. B. Nance, Monroe. 

Board of Elections — Jesse F. Milliken, Mon- 
roe; H. M. Furr, Indian Trail; J. J. Perry, 
Wingate. 

Supt. of Schools — Ray Funderburk, Monroe. 

Supt. Public Welfare— E. C Snyder, Mon- 
roe. 

Demonstration Agent — T. J. W. Broom, 
Monroe. 

County Commissioners — John Griffith, Chm., 
Monroe; W. R. McCain, Waxnaw; A. A. 
Secrest, Monroe. 

Board of Education— P. P. W. Plyler, Mon- 
roe; John Beasley, Monroe; Zeb M. Little. Mnn 
roe; B. F. Parker. Jr.. Monroe; S. A. Latham, 
Monroe; Bank of Union, Treas., Monroe. 

Highway Commission — Board of Count; 
Commissioners; J. D. McRae, Chm., Monroe. 



VANCE 



COUNTY SEAT, HENDERSON. 
Formed In 1881. Named in honor of Zebulon 
B. Vance. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court— Henry Perry, Hender- 
son. 

Register of Deeds— P. E. Rowland. Hender- 
son. 

Sheriff — J. S. Royster. Henderson. 

Treasurer— Citizens Bank and Trust Co., 
Henderson. 

Coroner— .las. H. Wheeler, Hendi ■ 

Supt. of Health— Dr. B. A. Olds, Hender 
son. 

Board of Elections— Thomas U Plttman. 



Chm,, Henderson : J. II Bridge] -. Hend 
P. T. Boyd, Henderson. 

Supt. of Schools E. M. Rollins, Hend 

Supt. Public Welfare Mi ■ W B w i 
Henderson. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Mrs. J. K 
Plummer, Middleburg. 

County Commissioners — C. V. Singleton, 
Henderson; Benj. T. Brodle, Hei km 

G. Parrott. Dabney ; Thos. Taylor, Townsville; 
S. O. Brummit, Henderson. 

Board of Education — R. .1. Corbett, II 
son; W. 0. Horner, Townsville; \V. II. 
Parrisb, Middleburg. 

Highway Commission — Board of County I 
missioners. 

WAKE 

COUNTY SEAT, RALEIGH. 

Formed in 1771. Named in honor of 1 
Wake. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — Vitruvius Royster, Ra- 
leigh. 

Register of Deeds — Wm. H. Penney. Raleigh. 

Sheriff— D. Bryant Harrison. Raleigh. 

Treasurer — Miss Lrttie E. Lewis, Raleigh. 

Coroner — J. E. Owens. Raleigh 

Surveyor — Pittman Steel, Zebulon. 

Auditor— H. G. Holding, Raleigh. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. A. C. Bulla. Raleigh 

Board of Elections — S. J. Adams, Chm.. 
Raleigh; M. B. Chamblee, Zebulon; P. \V 
Gunter, Raleigh. 

Supt. of Schools — John C. Lockhart, Raleigh. 

Supt. Public Welfare — C. H. Anderson. Ra- 
leigh. 

Demonstration Agent — John C. Anderson, Ra- 
leigh. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Marlon 
Plunket, Raleigh. 

County Commissioners — Millard Mial, Chm., 
Raleigh; Dr. O. L. Ray, Raleigh, R. 1; S. T 
Bennett, Apex; W. L. Wiggs, Zebulon; J. J. 
l'ernard, Raleigh. 

Board of Education— W A. Withers. Weal 
Raleigh; N. Y. Gulley, Wake Fore.t ; M B 
Chamblee. Wakefield; Miss Lottie E. Lewis. 
Treas., Raleigh. 

Road Supt. — John A. StaHlngs, Raleigh. 



WARREN 

COUNTY SEAT. WARRENTON. 

Formed in 177!'. Named in honor of Joseph 
Warren, of Massachusetts. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — John IV Newell, War- 
renton. 

Register of Deeds- Simon m Gardner, 
Warrenton. 

sheriff— R. E. Daii Warrenton, 

Financial Agenl I <; Ellis, Warrenton, 

Audit..!- -P m Stallini iton 

Supt of Health Dr. W l 1 Rodger*, Jr.. 
Wai renton. 

Board of Elei tion - R C Pi e, Warren- 
ton; c x. Hardy, Aapen; H J B 
Norlina. 

Supl of School 1 Edward Ulen, War- 
renton. 

Supt Public w elfai B i ond H Rodwell, 
Warrenton 

C ty Con i i - Chm . 

Warrenton ; C C Hunt r, Warn 
Hamlet. Essex . I -I M : i . I. 
\\ King, Mai 

Board of Educattoi I Ol 

Edward Pi tai . Rldj ■ waj ; B P Terrell 
renton. 

Highway Commission Q. H. Ml " ai 

renton ; w T P« I I M 



COUNTY AFFAIRS AND OFFICIALS 



WASHINGTON 

COUNTY SEAT, PLYMOUTH. 
Formed in 1799. Named in liuiior of 
e Washington. 

County Officers 
Clerk Superior Court— C. V. W. Ausbon, 
]'h mouth. 

Register of Deeds— Paul W. Brinkley, Ply- 
mouth. 

Sheriff— J. E. Reid, Plymouth. 

Treasurer — A. L. Holmes. Creswell. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. W. H. Ward. Ply- 
mouth. 

Board of Elections— Z. V. Norman. Chm.. 
Plymouth: J. W. Starr, Creswell; E. R. Jack- 
son, Plymouth. 

Supt. of Schools — John W. Darden, Ply- 
mouth 

Demonstration Agent— R. W. Johnson, Ply- 
mouth. 

Supt. Public Welfare— J. W. Darden. Ply- 
mouth. 

County Commissioners — H. C. Spruill, Chm. . 
Plymouth ; T. J. Swain, Mackeys, R. F. D. ; 
II. A. Litchfield, Jr., Creswell. 

Board of Education — John E. Singleton. 
Roper; W. R. Hampton. Plymouth; William 
Wiley, Creswell; A. L. Holmes, Treas., Cres- 
well. 



WATAUGA 



COUNTY SEAT, BOONE. 

Formed in 1849. Named in honor of the 
Watauga River. Watauga is an Indian name 
meanting "Beautiful Water." 
County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court— A. W. Smith. Boone. 

Register of Deeds — E. M. Harman, Boone. 

Sheriff— C. M. Critcher, Boone. 

Treasurer — A. G. Wilson, Zionville. 

Coroner — D. M. Moretz, Sands. 

Surveyor — I. M. Bumgarner. Vilas. 

Supt. of Health — Dr. J. W. Jones, Boone. 

Board of Elections — J. M. Moretz, Chm. 
Boone; Donly Hagan, Reese; J. W. Hodges, 
Boone. 

Supt. of Schools — Smith Hagman, Vilas. 

Supt Public Welfare — S. Hagman. Vilas. 

County Commissioners — L. A. Green, Sands; 
J. B. Miller, Zionville; Sherman Willbam, 
Stony Fork. 

Board of Education — W. X. Howell, Brook- 
side; W. F. Sherwood, Sherwood; Arlie 
Wilson, Treas., Zionville. 

Highway Commission — G. M. Sudderth, 
Blowing Rock; Thos. Critcher, Bamboo; W. L 
Winkler, Boone. 



WAYNE 



COUNTY SEAT, GOLDSBORO. 

Formed in 1779. Named in honor of Gen- 
eral Anthony Wayne. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — J. B. Hooks, Golds- 
boro. 

Register of Deeds— G. E. Grantham, Golds- 
boro. 

Sheriff— W. D. Grant, Goldsboro. 

Treasurer— Wayne National Bank, Goldsboro. 

Auditor — .1. M Powell, Goldsboro. 

Coroner -T. E. Robinson, Goldsboro. 

Surveyor — Louis Godwin, Goldsboro. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. A. J. Ellington, Golds- 
boro. 

Board of Elections — George F. Vann, Chm.. 
Goldsboro; Milford Aycock, Pikeville; T. K. 
Junes. Mt. Olive. 

Supt. of Schools — J. T. Jerome, Goldsboro. 



Supt. Public Welfare— A. E. Howell, Golds- 
boro. 

Demonstration Agent— A. K. Robertson, 
I : I boro. 

Home Demonstration Agent — Miss Celeste 
McEacharn, Goldsboro. 

County Commissioners — L. A. Raney, Chm., 
Goldsboro; C. F. Herring, Goldsboro, R. F. 
I> ■ Geo. W. Williams, Mount Olive; E. A. 
Stevens, Goldsboro, R. F. D. ; Nathan Berger, 
Pikeville. 

Board of Education— A. H. Edgerton, Chm., 
Goldsboro; J. E. Kelley, Mount Olive; J. A. 
Best, Fremont. 

Highway Commission — Chas. Dewey, Golds- 
loro; I,. A. Byrd, Mount Olive; T. W. Corbin, 
Fremont; R. E. Lewis, Goldsboro, R. F. D. 

County Highway Engineer — Sam D. Scott, 
Goldsboro. 

County Attorney — M. T. Dickinson, Golds- 
boro. 

.lodge County Court — D. H. Bland, Golds- 
boro. 

Solicitor County Court— W. A. Dees, Golds- 
boro. 



WILKES 



COUNTY SEAT, WILKESBORO. 

Formed in 1717. Named in honor of John 
Wilkes, the English statesman. 
County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court— William A. Stroud. 
Wilkesboro. 

Register of Deeds — James C. Wallace, North 
Wilkesboro. 

Sheriff — W. G. Ellege, Wilkesboro. 

Treasurer — Thomas M. Crysel, Wilkesooro. 

Coroner — H. E. Harold. Wilkesboro. 

Surveyor— Charlie Miles, Traphill. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. J. W. White, Wilkes- 
boro. 

" oard of Elections— N. A. Forester, North 
Wilkesboro; H. G. Milton, Ferguson; E. R. 
Brockley, North Wilkesboro. 

Supt. of Schools— C. C Wright, Hunting 
Cr^ek. 

Supt. Public Welfare— W. M. Sebastian, 
North Wilkesboro. 

Demonstration Agent— A. G. Hendren. Straw. 

County Commissioners — 1). C. Sebastian, 
Chm., Hayes; C. M. Welborn, New Castle; 
George W. Bradley, Hendrix. 

I'.oard of Education— C. C. Faw. Millers 
Creek ; James S. Kilby, Hav s ; James Pennell, 
Wilkesboro; T. M. Crysel. Treas.. Wilkesboro. 

Highway Commission — W. V. Caudill, North 
Wilkesboro; J. J. Hendren, Gilbreath ; F. -I. 
Hartley. Elkville. 



WILSON 



COUNTY SEAT, WILSON. 

Formed in 1854. Named in honor of General 
Louis Wilson. (War with Mexico.) 
County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court — J. D. Bardini Wilson. 

Register of Deeds — Tempie J. liattoii, Wilson, 

Sheriff— O. A, Clover, Wilson. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. L. J. Smith. Wilson. 

Supt. of Schools — C. L. Coon, Wilson. 

Treasurer — Branch Banking and Trust Co., 
Wilson. 

'oard of Elections — George W. Tomlinson, 
Wilson; John H. Thompson, Black Creek; 
W. c. Sharp, Elm City. 

Supt Public Welfare— S. E. Leonard. Wil- 
son. 

Demonstration Agent— B. T. Ferguson, Wil- 
son. 

County Commissioners — II. B. Lane. Chm.. 
Wilson; J. II. Forbes. Stantonsburg, R. F. D. ; 



BANKS AND BANKERS 



Stephen Toralinson, Black Creek; W. L. Shel- 
ton, Stantonsburg: W. C. Boyette. Wilson. 
It. 3. 

Board of Education — Doane Herring, Wil- 
son; K. L. Barnes, Wilson, R. F. D. ; .1. II. 
Thompson, Black Creek. 

Highway Commission — Board of County Com- 
missioners. 



YADKIN 



COUNTY SEAT. YADKIN VILLE. 

Formed in 1850. Named in honor of Yad- 
kin River. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court— J. L. Crater, Yadkin- 
ville. 

Register of Deeds — T. R. Eaton, Yadkinville. 

Coroner — L. W. Dixon, Yadkinville. 

Surveyor — A. S, Speer, Boonville. 

Treasurer — Bank of Yadkin. Yadkinville. 

Supt. of Health— Dr. S. L. Russell. Yad- 
kinville. 

Board of Elections— S. A. Harding, Chm., 
Yadkinville; D. G. Hobson, East Bend; Dr. 
C. L. Russell, Yadkinville. 

Supt. of Schools — J. T. Reece. Yadkinville. 

Demonstration Agent — D. H. Osborn, Yad- 
kinville. 

Supt. Public Welfare — J. T. Reece, Yadkin- 
ville. 

County Commissioners — J. M. Davis, Chm., 
Boonville; A. Dinkins, Yadkinville, R. 2; T. 
H. Chamberlain, Yadkinville. R. 1. 

Board of Education — M. V. Fleming, Boon- 



ville; H. D. Williams, Sad T, J. 

Phillips, Easl Bi 

Highway Commission l> G 
bow ; A. I'.. Hobson, Room Ule; K J \ 
yadkinville, R F D :< : John l 
Lewisville, K. F. D. 1. 



YANCEY 



COUNTY SEAT. BURNSV1LLE. 

Formed in 1833. Named In honor of Bart- 
lett Yancey. 

County Officers 

Clerk Superior Court - Molt m 
ville. 

Register ol 1» u J. M Thomas, Bun 

Sheriff — .1. T. Young, Burnsville. 

Treasurer — H. S. Penland, Burnsi 

Coroner — W. A Peelft Ramsaytown. 

Surveyor — W. I. Bennett Burnsville. 

Supt. of Health—.!. B. Glbbs, Burnsville. 

Board of Elections Charles Hutching, I 
Burnsville; D. M. Buck, Bald Mountain; B. 
W. Wilson, Burnsville. 

Supt. of Schools— W. (). Griffith. W 

Supt. Public Welfare— W. 0. Griffith. Win- 
dom. 

County Commissioners — Will Wheeler. Chm., 
Higgins; A. 11. Proffitt, Burnsville; L. D. 
Thomas, Burnsville. 

Board of Education— J. Frank Hensley, 
Bald Creek; L. D. Gillespie. Burnsville; 
Robert. C. Deyton, Green Mountain. 

Highway Commission— Board of County 
Commissioners 



Banks and Bankers 



(STATE) 



Aberdeen— Page Trust Co.; J. R. Page, Presi- 
dent; S. J. Hinsdale, Cashier. 

Ahoskie— Bank of Ahoskie: C. C. Hoggard, 
President; James I. Crawrord. Cashier. 

Ahoskie — Farmers) Atlantic Bank: Dr. C. G. 
Powell, President; V. D. Strickland. Cashier. 

Albemarle — Cabarrus Savings Bank (branch 
of Cabarrus Savings Bank, Concord) : M. J. 
Harris, Jr., Cashier. 

Albemarle— Stanly Bank and Trust Co., 
A C. Heath. President; A. P. Harris. Cashier. 

Andrews — Merchants and Manufacturers Bank: 
3. W. Walker, President; J. H. Abernathy. 
Cashier. 

Angier — Angier Bank and Trust Co. : P. S. 
Cooper, President; W. H. Stevenson. Cashier. 

Angier — Farmers Bank: Oscar S. Young. 
President; J. E. Dupree. Cashier. 

Ansonville — Bank of Anson: Adam Lockhart, 
President; M. P. Hill, Cashier. 

Apex — Merchants and Farmers Bank: A. B. 
Hunter, President: B. P. Pearson. Cashier. 

Apex — Peoples Bank: C. B. Wilkerson, Presi- 
dent; J. L. Crowder, Cashier. 

Arapahoe — Bank of Pamlico (branch Bank of 
Pamlico, Bayboro) : W. J. Swann, President; 
Jchn S. Weskett, Cashier, 

Asheboro — Bank of Randolph: I). I! Me 
Crary, President; W. J. Armfield, Jr.. Cashier. 

Asheboro— Asheboro Bank and Trust Co n 
T. Caveness, President; E. H. Morris, Cashier. 

Asheville — Bank of West Asheville: <;. I>- 
Carter, President; H. B. Posey, Cashier. 

Asheville— Battery Park Bank: T. C. Coxe, 
President; S. A Hubbard, Cashier. 

Asheville — Central rank and Trust Co W 
B Davis, President; Russell C. Davis, rubier. 

Asheville— Citizens Bank: E. L. Bay, Pri 
dent; J. A. Campbell, Cashier. 

Asheville— Southern State Bank: R E I 
rence. President; J. E. Reister, Cashier 

Ashevilh — Wachovia Bank and Trust Co 



Co., Winston): 



(branch Wachovia Loan and Tr. 
W. B. Williamson. Cashier. 

Askewville — Fanners- Atlantic Bank (branch 
Farmers Atlantic Bank. Ahoskie): 1>r I 
Powell, President; L. S. Mi/. 11.. Cashier. 

Atkinson— Bank of Atkinson: E. A B 
President; J. E. Wichard, Cashier. 

Aulander— Bank of Aulander: C W Mitchell, 
Jr., President; J- E. Cooke, Cashier. 

Aurora — Richland Farmers Bank: R. 1. ^ 
Bonner. President: W. T Stillman, Cashier. 

Aurora — Richland Farmers Bank: J. ' 
Porter, President; W. T Stillman, Cashier. 

Avon.lal Haynes Bank: Chas. H Ha 
President; J B. Watkins, Cash 

iydi n Bai 1. Ol \ . . l.-n : C. V. Cannon. 1 
dent; J. D. McGlohon, Cashier. 

Badin- Bank of Badin R L Smith, 
dent : John S. Cox, Cashier. 

Bailey Branch Banking ami Tru^' I 
(branch Banking and Trust Co . w I 

Bakersville Merchants and fanners Bank: 
Thomas R Byrd, Pre I lenl ; D \ 
Cashier 

Banner Elk— Banner Elk Bank: W 
Pre lidenl : H. F tngli I 

Battleboro Planters Bank J C 
President , Millard F Joi I ashler 

Bayboro Bank ol Pamlico w J. 
: nt : John S Wesi ti Cashier 

Bi autfoi i Bank ol Bi aufoi I W \ 
Pi : idi nt; J. A. Ct bier 

iv. mi, .ii Bet 
\ vv Taj lor, Pn Idem . ' E. Swann ■ 
ler 

Belhaven Bank of Bolhaven C 
Pi , id nt : W E Stul bs, < !a hler 

Boll i ,! mi i . Bank i • 

Pri di "' ; W. J i 

Belmont Bank i I Belmont R 
w B Puetl I 






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Swann, 



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BANKS AND HANKERS 



Bennett — Bank of Bennett (branch Bonlee 
Bank and Trust Co., Bonlee): Isaac H. Dun- 
lap, President; C. M. Andrews, Cashier. 

Benson — Citizens Bank and Trust Co., H. A. 
Parker, President; W. B. Strickland. Cashier. 

Benson — Farmers Commercial Bank: M. T. 
Britt. President; \V. H. Slocumb, Cashier. 

Bessemer City — Bessemer City Bank: B. C. 
Kennedy, President; O. M. Vernon, Cashier. 

Bethel — Bethel Banking and Trust Co. : M. O. 
Blount, President; S. C. Ives, Cashier. 

ISethel — Farmers and Merchants Bank: H. V. 
Staton, President; W. M. Pniett, Cashier. 

Beulaville — Bank of Beulaville: O. W. Quinn, 
President; A. L. Cavanaugh, Cashier. 

Biltmore — Biltmore-Oteen Bank: J. G. 
Stikeleather, President; W. A. McGeachy. 
Cashier. 

Biscoe — Bank of Biseoej E. R. Burt, Presi- 
dent; A. W. Burt, Cashier. 

Black Creek— Bank of Black Creek: J. H. 
Thompson. President; J. A. Barnes. Cashier. 

Black Mountain — Commonwealth Bank: F. A. 
Perley, President; A. A. Hegeman, Cashier. 

Bladenboro — Bank of Bladenboro: H. C. 
Bridger, President; H. C. Bridger, Jr., Cashier. 

Blowing Rock — Bank of Blowing Rock: G. 
M .Sudderth, President; J. T. Miller 
Cashier. 

Boiling Springs — Boiling Springs Bank 
(branch Bank of Mooresboro) : J. B. Blanton, 
President; Y. L. McCardwell, Cashier. 

Bonlee — Bonlee Bank and Trust Co. : Isaac 
H. Dunlap, President; C. M. Anderson, 
Cashier. 

Boone — Peoples Bank and Trust Co. : T. H. 
Coffey, President; Avery Y. Howell, Cashier. 

Boone — Watauga County rank: N. L. Mast, 
President; G. P. Hagaman, Cashier. 

Boonville — Commercial and Savings Bank: 
F. W. Day, President; J. W. Shore, Cashier. 

Bostic — Bostic Bank — E. N. Washburn, Presi- 
dent; S. C. Gettys, Cashier. 

Brevard — Brevard Banking Co: Thos. H. Ship- 
man, President; R. B. Lyon, Cashier. 

Brevard — Pisgah Bank: J. H. Pickelsimer, 
President; Lewis P. Hamlin. Cashier. 

Bridgeton — Bank of Bridgeton: A. F. Bunting, 
President; J. A. Nunn, Cashier. 

Broadway — Bank of Broadway: James L. 
Thomas, President; D. E. Shaw, Cashier. 

Bryson City— Bryson City Bank: D. K. Col- 
lins, President ; J. R. Long, Cashier. 

Bryson City — Citizens Bank: A. M. Frye, 
President ; O. P. Williams, Cashier. 

Buies Creek — Bank of Buies Creek: J. A. 
Campbell, President; B. F. McLeod, Cashier. 

Bunn — Bunn Banking Co. : R. L. Huffines, 
President; M. E. Shamburger, Jr.. Cashier. 

Burgaw — Bank of Pender: C. C. Branch, Presi- 
dent; Maud Paddison, Assistant Cashier. 

Burgaw — Planters Bank and Trust Co. : W. A. 
Brown, President; J. E. Crutchfleld, Cashier. 

Burlington — Alamance Bank and Trust Co. : 
W. K. Holt, President; J. M. Fix, Cashier. 

Burlington — First Savings Bank: C. V. Sellers, 
President ; M. W. McPherson, Cashier. 

Burnsville — Citizens Bank of Yancey: J. W. 
Higgins. President; J. M. Lyon, Cashier. 

Burnsville — Peoples Bank: A. G. Wilson, 
President; Wm. I. Parnell, Cashier. 

Calypso — Citizens Bank (branch of Citizens 
Bank of Mount Olive) : Thos. E. Cooper, 
President; Robert L. Cox, Cashier. 

Cameron — Page Trust Co. (branch of Page 
Trust Co., of Aberdeen) : J. B. Page, Presi- 
dent; J. D. McLean, Cashier. 

Candor — Bank of Candor: D. C. Ewing, Pres- 
ident; A. A. Maness, Cashier. 

Canton — Bank of Canton: T. J. Cathey, Presi- 
dent; W. R. Palmer, Cashier. 

Canton — Champion Bank and Trust Co. : W. 



J. Hampton, President; J. H. Kirkpatrick, 
Cashier. 

Caroleen — Farmers Bank and Trust Co. 
(branch Farmers Bank and Trust Co.. Forest 
City): B. B. Doggett, President; J. H. Thomas, 
Cashier. 

Carrboro — Bank of Carrboro (branch Bank of 
Chapel Hill) : M. C. S. Noble, President; A. P. 
Lloyd, Cashier. 

Carthage — Page Trust Co. (branch Page 
Trust Co., Aberdeen): D. A. McDonald, Presi- 
dent; P. T. Farabow, Cashier. 

Cary — Bank of Cary: J. M. Templeton, 
Jr., President; E. P. Bashaw, Cashier. 

Castalia — Bank of Castalia: S. J. Bartholo- 
mew, President; W. J. Lancaster, Cashier. 

Catawba — Peoples Bank: J. U. Long, Presi- 
dent; W. B. Walker, Cashier. 

Cerro Gordo — Bank of Cerro Gordo: R. B. 
Stevens, President; E. L. Sanderson. Cashier. 

Chadbourn— Bank of Chadbourn: J. H. Wil- 
liamson, President ; C. L. Tate, Cashier. 

Chadbourn — Farmers Savings Bank: J. F. 
Blake. President; J. C. Rabon, Cashier. 

Chapel Hill— Bank of Chapel Hill: M. C. S. 
Noble, President ; M. E. Hogan, Cashier. 

Chapel Hill— Peoples Tank: E. V. Howell, 
President; C. B. Griffin. Cashier. 

Charlotte — American Trust Co. : W. H. Wood, 
President) J. E. Davis, Cashier. 

Charlotte — Independence Trust Co. : J. H. 
Little, President; E. E. Jones, Cashier. 

Charlotte — Charlotte Bank and Trust Co. : 
M. A. Turner, President; J. H. Leech. 
Cashier. 

Charlotte — Security Savings Bank: W. L. 
Jenkins. President; F. H. Daniel, Cashier. 

Cherryville — Farmers Bank and Trust Co: 
David P. Dellinger, President; J. H. Dellinger, 
Cashier. 

China Grove — Bank of China Grove: A. M. 
Banna, President; C. C. Graham. Cashier. 

Claremont — Peoples Bank (branch Peoples 
Bank, Catawba): J. N. Long, President; W. B. 
Walker. Cashier. 

Clarkton — Bank of Bladen: E. J. Cox, Presi- 
dent; E. C. Clark, Cashier. 

Clayton — Clayton Banking Co. : Charles W. 
Home, President; John T. Talton. Cashier. 

Clayton — Farmers Bank: J. A. Vinson, Presi- 
dent; J. M. Turley, Cashier. 

Cleveland — Citizens Bank: W. F. Thompson, 
President; W. W. Roseman, Cashier. 

Cliffside — Haynes Bank (branch Haynes 
Bank, Avondale) : R. R. Haynes, President; 
J. B. Watkins, Cashier. 

Clinton — Bank of Clinton: L. A. Bethune, 
President; H. McKinnon, Cashier. 

Clinton — Bank of Sampson: W. F. Peterson, 
President; A. G. Robinson, Cashier. 

Clyde— Bank of Clyde: John D. Wood, Pres- 
ident; T. H. Haynes, Cashier. 

Coats — Bank of Harnett (branch Bank of 
Harnett, Duke) : C. E. Stuart. Cashier. 

Colerain — Bank of Colerain: L. A. Nowell, 
President; D. R. Britton, Cashier. 

Colerain — Peoples Bank and Trust Co. : L. 

D. Perry, President: W. M. Sitterson, Cashier. 
Coleridge — Bank of Coleridge: C. A. Hay- 
worth. President; H. C. Parks, Cashier. 

Columbia — Merchants and Farmers Bank: D. 
O. Newberry, President; H. A. Hearne, 
Cashier. 

Columbia — Tyrrell County Bank: W. W. 
Sawyer. President; S. S. Woodley, Cashier. 

Columbus — Polk County Bank and Trust Co.: 

E. W. S. Cobb, President; F. W. Blanton, 
Cashier. 

Concord — Cabarrus Savings Bank: H. I. 
Woodhouse, President ; C. W. Swink, Cashier. 

Concord — Citizens Bank and Trust Co. : C. 
B. Wagoner, President; A. F. Goodman, Cash- 
ier. 



BANKS AND HANKERS 



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Conetoe — Bank of Conetoe: H. C. Bridgers. 
President; J. B. Warren, Cashier. 

Connelly Springs — Peoples Bank: D. W. 
Alexander, President; J. G. Aiken, Cashier. 

Conover — Citizens Bank: John A, Isenhower. 
President; A. L. Shuford, Cashier. 

Conway — Bank of Conway: W. T. Bridgers, 
President; L. W. Flythe, Cashier. 

Cooleeraee — Bank of Cooleemee: J. B. Mason. 
President; J. H. L. Rice, Cashier. 

Cornelius — Bank of Cornelius: F. C. Sherrill. 
President; J. T. Beard. Cashier. 

Council — Bank of Council: H. M. McAllister, 
President; J. A. Pickett, Cashier. 

Creswell — Bank of Creswell: J. M. Ambrose, 
Fresident; D. B. Woodley, Cashier. 

Creswell— Peoples Bank: H. G. Walker, Presi- 
dent; J. C. Gatlin. Cashier. 

Dallas— Bank of Dallas: S. N. Boyce, Presi- 
dent; Li. M. Hoffman, Jr., Cashier. 

Danbury— Bank of Stokes County: J. W. Neal, 
President; N. E. Pepper, Cashier 

Danbury — Citizens Bank: J. Spot Taylor, 
President; M. O. Jones, Cashier. 

Davidson — Bank of Davidson: John L. Douglas. 
President; W. H. Thompson, Cashier. 

Denver — Farmers and Merchants Bank (branch 
of Farmers and Merchants Bank, Stanley) : M. 
C. Hunter, President; J. M. Bernhardt. Cash- 
ier. 

Dover— Bank of Dover: Geo. W. Hardwicke, 
President; Ary Freeman, Cashier. 

Dobson — Surry County Loan and Trust Co. 
(branch Surry County Loan and Trust Co., Mt. 
Airy ) . 

Draper— Bank of Draper: T. B. Hundley, 
President: B. E. Ivie, Cashier. 

Duke — Bank of Harnett: B. N. Duke. Presi- 
dent; S. J. Clark, Jr., Cashier. 

Dunn— Commercial Bank: E. P. Davis, Presi- 
dent; J. D. Davis, Cashier. 

Dunn— State Bank and Trust Co. : T. V. 

Smith, Sr., President: E. T. Draper, Cashier. 

Durham — Durham Loan and Trust Co. : John 

Sprunt Hill, President; H. W. Boring, 

Cashier. 

Durham— Fidelity Bank: J. F. Wiley, Presi- 
dent; H. O. Clark, Cashier. 

Durham— Home Savings Bank: John Sprunt 
Hill. President; T. C. Worth, Cashier. 

Durham — Mechanics and Farmers Bank: C. 
C. Spaulding, President; W. H. Wilson. 
Cashier. 

Durham— Merchants Bank: W. P. Clements, 
President; D. C. Barbee, Cashier. 

East B"nd— Yadkin Valley Bank: W. H 
Speas, President; A. E. Harrell, Cashier. 

East Durham— Peoples Tank: Y. E. Smith: 
Piesident: H. C. Barbee, Cashier. 

East Spencer — Peoples Bank of East Spencei 
C. H. Leonard, President; S. E. McNeely, 
Cashier. 

Edenton — Bank of Edenton: Julien Wood. 
President; D. M. Warren, Cashier. 

Edenton — Citizens Bank: TI. C. PriVOtt, 
President; Charles H. Wood, Cashier. 

Efland— Bank of Efland: John L. I 
President; Roberts Riley, Cashier. 

Elizabeth City— Albemarle Bank: E I.. 1 1 "t 
fler. President; W. H. Holland, Cashier 

Elizabeth City— Carolina Banking and i 
Co.: In-. A. L, Pendleton, President; <:. P 
Hood, Cashier. 

Elizabeth City— Savings Bank and Tim i Co 
P. H. Williams, President; II. Q. Kramer. 

C" 1 Tall j p J* 

Elizaiiethtown— Bank of Elizabethtown: J B 
Clark, President; Ralph Boring, Cashier. 

Elkin — Farmers and Mercahnts Bank: I M 
Simmons, President; H B Messlck, < a 

Elkin— Bank of Elkin— W. J. Byerly, Pre - 
dent; J. H. Beeson, Cashier. 



Elk Park — Citizens Bank a P Brlnkley, 

President; \V. E. Thomp nr. 

Ellenboro— Bank of Ellenboro: D. B. Harrlll. 
President; E. E. Harrlll. Cashier 

Ellerbe — Bank of Ellerbe: J. R. Wall, I 
cent; Prince O'Brien. Cashier. 

Ellerbe — Bennett Bank and Trust Co : .1 It 
Bennett, President; J, R. Bennett, Jr.. Cashier. 

Elm City— Elm City Bank: John L. Bailey, 
President: K. B. Bailey, Cashier. 

Elm City — Tolsnot Hanking Co.: W M 
Wells, President; James W. Hays, Cashier. 

Elon College — Elon Banking and Trust 
W. P. Lawrence, President; C. I. Dmstead, 
Cashier. 

Enfield — Bank of Enfield: Ivey Watson, 
ident; \V. R. Garnett. Cashier. 

Enfield — Commercial and Farmers Bank: P. 

0. Petway, President; F. C. Patterson. Cash- 
ier. 

Engleliard — Englehard Banking and Trust 
Co.: J.. H. Jarvis, President; W. M II....; .r 
Jr., Cashier. 

Eure — Farmers Bank of Eure: R. B. HIM. 
President; M. D. Harrell, Cashier. 

Everetts — Planters and Merchants Hank: V. 
K. Taylor, President: V. Q. Taylor. Cashier 

Fair Bluff— Bank of Fair Bluff: J. F. It . 
President: .1. E. Dick. Cashier 

Fair Bluff— Farmers and Merchants Bank: 

1. B. Tucker. President; R. C. Tucker. Cash- 
ier. 

Faison— Bank of Faison: C. S. Hines, Presi- 
dent; M. McD. Williams, Cashier. 

Farmville — Bank of Farmville: B. L. D 
President; D. E. Oglesby. Cashier. 

Farmville— Citizens Bank: J. T. Thome. 
President; W. R. Willis. Cashier. 

Fayetteville — Cumberland Savings and Trust 
Co.: F. H. Stedman, President; Albert Stewart, 
Cashier. 

Fayetteville — Farmers and Merchants I 
Iheo. E. Owen, President; M 1' B 
Cashier. 

Fayetteville — Lafayette Hank and Tl I 

John R. Tolar, Jr., President; Paul Stewart. 
Cashier. 

Fletcher— Bank of Fletcher: W. H. Sumn r 
President: R W Fletcher. Cashier. 

Forest CItv— Farmers Bank and Trust Co.: 
B. B. Doggett, President; B II I 
ier. 

Fountain— Bank of Fountain: II I 
President; W. R. Graham. Cashier. 

Pour Oaks— Bank of Four oaks: J. 11 
tin President : I' W, Lambe, Ca 

Franklin— Bank i I anklin: .1 S 
President ; Hen Crawford. Cashier, 

Franklin Citizens Bank: D. W, P.lalne. 
Fresident; John CM hier 

Franklinton- -Clti ■ • Bai k: E ] Chi atham. 
President; George I. 

Franklinton— Commercial Bank and I 
A. H \ .11)1:. Presidei Q C i I 
ier 

I . niklinville— P.nnlc of 1'rankliim 
Parks President ; Charles T B I hler 

Fremont Banl ■' T ' 

I . Cavliicr 

i - , . mont— Plantei Bi 
it Benton, President i 

Fuquaj Sprit 
Johnson, President; G B Whltti 

Garland Bank Qarli 
Clinton L \ Bolhuni Prt ; H hi 

i Cashier 

i bi ii. i Gari ■ r Banking nmi Trust Co n 
D Rand Pn Ident : W B 

Mi rchai ■ .■ i 
John B Collier, President; u H B 

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BANKS AND BANKERS 



Gastonia — Peoples Bank: S. N. Boyce, Presi- 
dert; Thos. J. Brawley, Cashier. 

dates — Citizens Bank: G. D. Gatling, Presi- 
dent: E. L. Rawles, Cashier. 

Gatesville — Bank of Gates: W. T. Cross. 
President; Lycurgus Hofier, Cashier. 

Gatesville — Planters Savings Bank: R. M. 
Riddiek, Jr., President; Charles M. Early. 
Cashier. 

Germanton — Bank of Stokes County (branch 
Bank of Stokes County, Danbury) : J. W. Neal, 
President; J. C. Carson, Cashier. 

Gibson— Bank of Gibson: N. T. Fletcher. 
President; N. T. Fletcher, Jr., Cashier. 

Gibson — Carolina State Bank: M. W. Adams, 
President; F. D. Gibson, Cashier. 

Gibsonville — Bank of Gibsonville: J. L. Ker- 
nodle, President; J. W. Boring, Cashier. 

Goldsboro — Farmers Loan and Trust Co. : K. 
H, Edwards. President; A. H. Howell 
Cashier. 

Goldsboro — Goldsboro Savines and Trust Co. : 
G. A. Norwood, President ; Thos. H. Norwood, 
Cashier. 

Goldsboro — Peoples Bank and Trust Co. : 
James Kyle, President; George \V. Crone, 
Cashier. 

Goldston — Bank of Goldston: Hugh Womble. 
President; T. W. Goldston, Cashier. 

Graham — Citizens Bank: \V. J. Nicks, Presi- 
dent; J. S. Cook, Cashier. 

Granite Falls— Bank of Granite: D. H. War- 
' lick,' President ; R. M. Yount, Cashier. 

Granite Quarry — Farmers and Merchants 
Bank: J. H. A. Lyerly, President; J. E. 
Fisher, Cashier. 

Greensboro — Atlantic Bank and Trust Co. : 
Julius \V. Cone, President; John W. Simpson, 
Cashier. 

Greensboro — Farmers and Mechanics Bank 
and Trust Co.: J. P. Sanders, President; R. 
M. Middleton, Cashier. 

Greensboro — Greensboro Bank and Trust Co. : 
J. W. Fry, President; W. E. Allen, Cashier. 

Greensboro — Textile Bank: Julius W. Cone, 
Ptesident; J. H. Cole, Cashier. 

Greenville — Farmers Bank: R. R. Fleming. 
President; Paul L. Clodfelter, Cashier. 

Greenville — Greenville Banking and Trust Co. : 

E. G. Flanagan, President; W. H. Woolard. 
Cashier. 

Grifton — Bank of Grifton: L. J. Chapman, 
President; G. T. Gardner. Cashier. 

Grimesland — Bank of Grimesland: J. C. Gal- 
loway, President; J. H. Brooks, Cashier. 

Grover — Bank of Grover: D. J. Keiter, Presi- 
dent: J. B. Ellis, Cashier. 

Gulf — Citizens Bank and Trust Co. (branch 
Citizens Bank and Trust Co., Siler City). 

Halifax — Bank of Halifax: Quentin Gregory, 
President; F. H. Gregory, Cashier. 

Hamilton — Bank of Hamilton: R. \V. Sals- 
bury, President ; F. L. Haislip, Cashier. 

Hamlet — Bank of Hamlet: F. M. Rose, Presi- 
dent; David Easterlin, Cashier. 

Hamlet — Page Trust Co. (branch Page Trust 
Co., Aberdeen): J. R. Page, President; Frank 
R. Page, Cashier. 

Harmony — Harmony Banking and Trust Co. : 

F. B. Gaither, President; L. R. Harkey 
Cashier. 

Harrellsville — Bank of Harrellsville : J. A. 
Powel. President; E. D. Callis, Cashier. 

Haw River — Bank of Haw River: S. A. Vest, 
President; J. A. Long, Cashier. 

Hayesville — Clay County Bank: J. A. Cham- 
bers, President; G. H. Haigler. Cashier. 

Hemp — Bank of Hemp (branch Bank of Pine- 
hurst). 

Henderson — Carolina Bank and Trust Co. : 
J. H. Brodie, President : R. C. Gary, Cashier. 

Henderson — Citizens Bank and Trust Co. : 
J. B. Owen, President; W. A. Hunt, Cashier. 

Henderson — Farmers and Merchants Bank: 



John D. Cooper, Jr., President; R. B. Crow- 
dur. Cashier. 

Hendersonville — First Bank and Trust Co. : 
R. C. Clarke, President; J. Mack Rhodes, 
Cashier. 

Ii mlersonville — Henderson County Bank: S. 
H. Hudgins, President; Thomas J. Hayder, 
Cashier. 

Hertford — Hertford Banking Co. : T. S. 
White. President; L. W. Norman, Cashier. 

Hickory — Consolidated Trust Co. : \Y. B. 
Councill, President; L, F. Abernethy, Cashier. 

Hickory — First Security Trust Co. : J. D. 
Elliott. President; E. N. Carr. Treas. 

Hiddenite — Bank of Hiddenite: E. L. Alex- 
ander, President; J. R. Thomas, Cashier. 

II it'll Point — Atlantic Bank and Trust Co.: 
(branch Atlantic Bank and Trust Co., Greens- 
boro. ) 

High Point — High Point Savings and Trust 
Co. : J. Elwood Cox, President ; E. L. Ragan, 
Cashier. 

High Point — Wachovia Bank and Trust Co. 
(branch of Wachovia Loan and Trust Co., 
Winston) : W. C. Idol, Cashier. 

Hillsboro — Bank of Orange: J. S. Spurgeon, 
President; P. C. Collins, Cashier. 

Hillsboro — Farmers and Merchants Bank: J. 
R. Kenion. President; S. A. Johnson, Cashier 

Hobbsville— Bank of Hobbsville: C. B. Hath- 
away. President; W. M. Hollowell, Cashier. 

Hobgood— Bank of Hobgood: B. F. Shelton, 
President; A. G. Bowden, Cashier. 

Hollister— Bank of Hollister: A. B. Schlich- 
ter. President; O. M. Schlichter, Cashier. 

Holly Springs — Bank of Holly Springs: H. W. 
Norris, President ; W. A. Segraves, Cashier. 

Hookerton — Bank of Hookerton: H. C. Brid- 
gers, President; R. A. McCauley, Cashier. 

Hot Springs — Citizens Bank (branch Citizens 
Bank of Marshall). 

Huntersville — Bank of Huntersville: J. R. 
McCurdy. President; H. J. McCorkle, Cashier. 

Jackson — Bank of Northampton: H. W. Lewis, 
President ; Wilson B. Pugh. Cashier. 

Jackson Springs — Bank of Jackson Springs- 
Ira A. Stuart, President; J. Guy Stuart, 
Cashier. 

Jacksonville — Bank of Onslow: J. W. Burton, 
President: George H. Bender, Cashier. 

Jamesville — Bank of Jamesville: J. E. Smith- 
wick, President; M. C. Jackson, Cashier. 

Jefferson — Bank of Ashe: W. H. Worth, Pres- 
ident; W. E. Johnson, Cashier. 

Jonesboro — Banking. Loan and Trust Co. 
(Branch Banking, Loan and Trust Co., San- 
ford) . 

Kannapolis — Cabarrus Savings Bank (branch): 
L. F. Davis. Cashier. 

Keif ord— Bank of Kelford: W. P. Harrell, 
President; A. C. Smith, Cashier. 

Kenansville — Bank of Kenansville: W. B. 
Murray, President; E. J. Dail, Cashier. 

Kenly— Bank of Kenly: G. W. Watson, Pres- 
ident; E. V. Neighbors. Cashier. 

Kenly — Farmers Bank: H. F. Edgerton. 
President: J. M. Woolard, Jr., Cashier. 

Kernersville — Bank of Kernersville: W. H. 
Mendenhall. President; G. V. Fulp. Cashier. 

King— Bank of King: V. T. Grabs. Presi- 
dent; T. S. Petree, Cashier. 

King — Farmers and Merchants Bank: J. L. 
Christian, President; John R. Leak, Cashier. 

Kings Mountain — Peoples Loan and Trust 
Co.: J. O. Plonk, President; M. E. Herndon. 
Cashier. 

Kinston — Caswell Banking and Trust Co. : W. 
D. LaRoque. President: T. W. Heath. Cashier. 

Kinston — Farmers and Merchants Bank: C. F. 
Harvey, President ; L. J. Mewborne, Cashier. 

Kinston — Peoples Bank: T. B. Holloway. 
President: J. G. Banton. Cashier. 



BANKS AM> BANKERS 



Knightdale — Bank of Wendell, (branch (it 
rank of Wendell.) 

LaGrange — LaGrange Bank and Trust Co. : 
E. R. Burke, Cashier. 

LaGrange — Rouse Banking Co.: N. J. Rouse, 
rresident; T. R. Rouse, Cashier. 

Landis — Merchants and Farmers Bank: O. 
L. Linn, President; D. C. Linn, Cashier. 

Lansing — Bank of Lansing: R. H. Jaines, 
President: P. C. Segraves, Cashier. 

Lattimore — Farmers Bank and Trust Co. 
(branch Farmers Bank and Trust Co., Forest 
City): J. F. Alexander, President; J. H. 
Thomas. Cashier. 

Laurel Hill— Bank of Laurel Hill: J. D. 
McDonald, President; R. M. Calhoun, Cashier. 

Laurinburg — Scotland County Savings Bank : 
A. L. James, President; Hinton James, Cashier. 

Laurinburg — State Bank: John F. McNair, 
President; W. H. Cooper, Cashier. 

Leaksville — Leaksville Bank and Trust Co. : 
P. H. Gwynn, President; B. E. Ive, Cashier. 

Leaksville — Peoples Bank: S. L. Martin. 
President; A. E. Millner, Cashier. 

Leggett — Bank of Leggett: Theo. Fountain. 
President; Mabel Straugnan, Cashier. 

Leggett — Farmers Banking and Trust Co. 
(branch Farmers Banking and Trust Co.. Tar- 
boro) . 

Leicester — rank of Leicester: J. T. Davis, 
President; Loans E. Allman, Cashier. 

Lenoir — Bank of L?noir: J. H. Beall. Presi- 
dent; A. G. Foard, Cashier. 

Lewiston — Bank of Lewiston: W. Mitchell. 
President: H. B. Paschal, Cashier. 

Lexington — Bank of Lexington: G. W. Mont- 
castle. President; Charles D. Hunt, Cashier. 

Lexington — Commercial and Savings Bank: 
J. W. McCrary, President; James Adderton, 
Cashier. 

Liberty — Bank of Liberty: G. A. Foster, 
President; B. M. Brovver, Cashier. 

Lilesville— Bank of Lilesville: J. F. Alex- 
ander, President; B. R. Wall, Cashier. 

Lillington— Bank of Lillington: D. H. Senter, 
President ; H. T. Spears, Cashier. 

Lillington— Harnett County Trust Co.: B. P 
Gentry, President; W. L. Sutton. Cashier. 

Littleton— Bank of Littleton: H. F. Bonney, 
President; H. F. Bonney, Cashier. 

Littleton — Planters Bank: T. J. Miles. Pres- 
ident; M. J. Grant, Cashier. 

Louisburg — Farmers and Merchants Bank: C. 
P. Harris, President; M. S. Clifton. Cashier. 

Lowell— Bank of Lowell: S. M. Robinson, 
President; T. P. Rankin, Cashier. 

Lucama — I^ucama Bank: .Tas. H. Newsom. 
President; S. E. High, Cashier. 

Lumberton— Planters Bank and Trust Co. : N. 
A. Thompson, President: K. M. Barnes. Cash- 
ier. 

McDonalds— Bank of McDonalds: II. M. Mc- 
Allister. President; G. W. Covington. Cashier. 

McFarlan— Bank of McFarlan: W. J. Mc- 
Lendon, President; J. V. Webb, Cashier. 

Macclesfield — Merchants and Fanners Bank: 
J S. Howard. President; L. E. Walston, Ca niel 
Macon— Bank of Macon: .1. M. Coleman, 
President: J. S. Nowell, Cashier. 

Madison— Bank of Madison: J. 11. Moore, 
President; J. O. Ragsdale, Cashier. 

Madison— Farmers Bank and Trust. Co 
James M. Vaughn, President; J. C. Thompson, 
Cashier 

Magnolia— Bank of Magnolia: John l''. Croom, 
President; L. D. Bail, Cashier 

Maiden— Maiden Bank: IV M. Spruit. Jr., 
President: G. E. Mauney, Cashiei 

Manteo— Bank of Manteo: R. C. I 
President; R. B. Etheridge, Cashier. 

Marion— Merchants and Farmers Bank i U 
Blanton. President; Norman D. Avers, Ca hie] 



Marshall— rank ol French Broad J J 
mon. President . W. B. Ran i 

Marshal] l Ba k B ft. T 

President; A. W Whitehui l bier 

Mars Hill— Bank ol Mai Bill; N. W v 
derson. President . I, /. I der. 

Marshville— Bank ol Mai lie: J. II. Lei 
President: B. C. Parker. Cashier. 

Marshville — Mutual Bank and Tru^i Co II 
C. Newsom, President; E. II. U Met 

Matthews — Bank of Matthews: N B. Cochran, 
President; L. E. Funderburk, Cashier. 

Maxton — Bank of Maxton : T. O I 
President; Lacy Williams. Ca^l 

Maxton — Bank of Robeson: J. P. Wiggins, 
President; J. Lacy McLean, Cashier 

Mayodan — Bank of Mayodan: J. 0. Bag 
President; M. P. Black, Cashier. 

Maysville — Maysville Banking and Tru-' I 
T. A. Green, President; George E. W 
Cashier. 

Mebane — Commercial and Farmers Bank: \V 
A. Murray. President; S. G. Morgan. Cashier. 

Micro- -Citizens Bank: ('. A. Fitzgerald. 
President; H. M. Fitzgerald. Cashier. 

Middlesex — Middlesex Banking Co : A i 
Manning, President; W. K. Ballentine. I 
ier. 

Midland— Bank of Midland: lv .1 Harts i 
President; M. W. Harriss, Cashier. 

Moeksville— Bank of Dave E I. '.aither. 
President ; J. F. Moore. Cashier 

Moncure — Banking. Loan and Trust ' 
(branch Banking. Loan and Trust I 
ford): R. E. Carrington, President ; .1 K 
Barnes, Cashier. 

Monroe— Bank of Onion: W. S. Blaki 
President; R. G. Laney, Cashier. 

Monroe — Farmers and Merchants Bank: M 
K. Lee, President: ft A Morrow, Jr., I 

Monroe — Monroe Bank and Trust Co.: K B. 
Redwine, President: II. B Clark. Cash! 

Mooresboro — Bank of Moori I U 

Champion, President; Y. L. McCardweU, I 
ier. 

Mooresville — Merchants and Farm rs Bank: 
E. W. Brawley, President; B. 0. Miller I 
ier. 

Morehcad City— Bank of Morehead City: J. B. 
Morton. President: H. G. Guthrie. Cashier. 

Morehead City Marine Bank S \ Chalk. 
President : E A I louncll, Cashier. 

Morganton— Bank of Morganton: C J 
cer, President: W. E. Walton. Cashier 

Morven — Bank of Morven: li. V. llai 
President: M. I* Ham. Cashier. 

Mount Airy- -Bank of Mount N \. •' 

Byerly. President; F P. Bpargei I 

Mount Airs Surry County Loan and TTUSI 

C, : W. F. Carter. Pr. ildent; W. i. - 
Cashier. 

Mount Gilead— Bank of M '.Head \ 

McAulay, President; W. B. Cochran. Cashier. 

Mount Holly Central Bank and I 
\ b Kendrick, President; B <) McGrM 
Cashier. 

Mount Hollv- Mount Holb B inl " » 
Rhyne President ; J. A. ( 

Moun »i Citizens Bann: h m 

President; A M Coi k 

Mount Olive Parmi > i '■'■ l!nnK 

s. I. Warren, Pn Ident . J J Wh I 
Cashier. 

Mount Plea ant I l,ank 

l .ikiilil . S.r. I 

Moyock Bank of Currituck v\ w 

Pi | W. W Bi t 

Murfree > oro I C Birn* 

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BANKS AND HANKERS 



Nashville — Bank of Nashville: B. J. Downey. 
President; N. B. Dozier. Cashier. 

New Bern— Citizens Savings Bank and Trust 
Co.: T. A. Uzzell, President: W. H. Hender- 
son, Cashier. 

New Bern — New Bern Banking and Trust 
Co.: O. W. Lane, President; W. R. Boss, 
Cashier. 

New Bern — Peoples Bank: T. A. Uzzell, Pres- 
ident; E C. Rea, Cashier. 

Newland — Avery County Bank: C. B. Von- 
canon, President; E. C. Guy, Cashier. 

New London — Peoples Bank and Trust Co., 
(branch Peoples Bank and Trust Co., Rich- 
field). 

Newport— Bank of Newport: C. R. Wheatly. 
President; L R. Garner. Cashier. 

Newton — Farmers and Merchants Bank: J. H. 
Yount. President; G. C. Little, Cashier. 

Norlina — Bank of Warren (branch). 

North Charlotte — Bank of North Charlotte: 
J. O. Simmons, President ; J. N. Hawthorne, 
Cashier. 

North Wilkesboro — Bank of North Wilkes- 
boro: J. E. Finley, President; R. W. Uwyn 
Cashier. 

North Wilkesboro — Deposit and Savings 
Bank: R. L. Doughton, President; A. W. 
Horton, Assistant Cashier. ; 

Norwood — Bank of Norwood: T. A. Hath- 
cock. President; C. P. Crawley, Cashier. 

Oakboro — Bank of Oakboro: A. C. Heath. 
President; F. W. Biggers, Cashier. 

Oak City— Bank of Oak City: H. S. Everett, 
President: B. M. Worsley. Cashier. 

Old Fort— Bank of Old Fort: J. S. Bradloy. 
President; F. M. Bradley, Cashier. 

Oriental — Bank of Pamlico (branch Bank 
of Pamlico, Bayboro) : W. J. Swan, President; 
John S. Weskett, Cashier. 

Oteen — Biltmore-Oteen Bank, (branch Bilt- 
more-Oteen Bank. Biltmore) : J. G. Stike- 
leather. President; Thomas C. Harrell. 
Cashier. 

Oxford — Oxford Savings Bank and Trust Co. : 
H. G. Cooper, President: W. T. Yancey, Cash- 
ier. 

Oxford — Union Bank and Trust Co. : J. S 
King. President; J. P. Harris, Cashier. 

Parkton — Bank of Parkton: J. G. Hughes, 
President; E. B. Daniel, Cashier. 

Parmcle — Parmele Tanking and Trust Co : 
N. O. VanNorthwick. President; F. S. Powell. 
Cashier. 

Peachland — Bank of Peachland: L. C. 
Broom-. President; W. B. Phifer. Cashier. 

Pembroke — Bank of Pembroke: R. H. Liver- 
more, President; E. M. Paul. Cashier. 

Pikeville — Bank of Pikeville: N. B. Berger, 
President: A. Hosea. Cashier. 

Pilot Mountain — Bank of Pilot Mountain: 
McK. R. Smith, President; I. M. Gordon. 
Cashier. 

Pilot Mountain — Farmers Bank: W. J. Byer- 
ly, President; W. M. Matthews, Cashier. 

Pinehurst — Bank of Pinehurst: J. R. McQueen. 
President ; F. W. VonCannon, Cashier. 

Pine Level — Bank of Pine Level: D. B. Oliver, 
President; E. S. Jones. Cashier. 

Pinetops — Pinetops Banking Co.: H. C. 
Bridgers, President: W. L. Lane, Cashier. 

Pinetops — Planters Bank: W. L. Dunn, Presi- 
dent; Harry Fagan, Cashier. 

Pinetown — Bank of Pinetown: A. M. Dumay, 
President: B. L. Rives. Cashier. 

Pink Hill— Pink Hill Bank and Trust Co.: 
L P. Tyndall, President; Cecil L Everette, 
Cashier. 

Pinnacle — Bank of Pinnacle — .T. L. Christian. 
President; R. R. nouck. Cashier. 

Pittsboro — Bank of Pittsboro: A. H. London. 
President; James L. Griffin, Cashier. 



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Pittsboro — Farmers Bank : T. 
President; C. A. Poole, Cashier. 

Plymouth — United Commercial Bank: W. R. 
Hampton, President; W. R. Cox, Cashier. 

Polkton — Bank of Polkton: L. S. Covington, 
President: R. F. Covington, Cashier. 

Potecasi — Bank of Potecasi ; J. E. Draper, 
President: Grady E. Parker, Cashier. 

Powellsville — Powellsville Bank (branch Banu 
of Ahoskie, Ahoskie): C. C. Hoggard. Presi- 
dent; J. O. Carter, Acting Cashier. 

Princeton — Merchants and Farmers Bank: A. 
F. Holt, President; George F. Woodard, Cash- 
ier. 

Proctorville — Bank of Proctorville: W. R. 
Surles. President; I. P. Graham. Cashier. 

Raeford— Page Trust Co.: (branch of Page 
Trust Co., Aberdeen). 

Raeford— Bank of Raeford: J. W. McLauchlin. 
President; R. B. Lewis, Jr., Cashier. 

Raleigh — Mechanics Savings Bank: W. B. 
Drake, Jr., President; Walters Durham, Cash- 
ier. 

Raleigh — Mechanics and Farmers Bank: C. 
C. Spaulding, President: W. H. Wilson, 
Cashier. (Colored Bank opened Jan. 6, 1923) 

Raleigh— Raleigh Banking and Trust Co. : 
W. B. Drake, Jr.. President; Miss Bertha 
L. Hellen, Asst. Cashier. 

Raleigh— Raleigh Savings Bank and Trust 
Co. : Joseph G. Brown. President : W. Reul 
Martin. Cashier; F. B. Brown, Asst.C Cashier. 

Raleigh — Wachovia Bank and Trust Co.: 
(branch of Wachovia Bank and Trust Co. ) : 
Gilbert T. Stephenson, Vice-President; Thomas 
H. Haskins, Cashier. 

Raleigh— Wake County Savings Bank: T. H. 
Briggs. President; W. W. Vass, Cashier; 
Wm. P. Little, Asst. Cashier. 

Raleigh — The Morris Plan Industrial Bank: 
L A. Mahler, President: J. E. MacDougall, 
Cashier. 

Ramseur— Bank of Ramseur: I. F. Craven, 
President: E. B. Leonard, Cashier. 

Randleman— Peoples Bank: T. F. Wrenn. 
President; A. B. Beasley, Castiier. 

Red Springs — Bank of rtecr wui^s: A. B. 
Pearsad. President; J. S. Jones, Cashier. 

Red Springs — Carolina Bank and Trust Co.: 
J. A. McPhail. President; John H. McKay, 
Cashier. 

Reidsvill"— Bank of Reidsville: J. F. Watling- 
ton. President: W. A. Trotter. Cashier. 

Reidsville— Citizens Bank: R. L. Watt. 
President : Eugene Irvin. Cashier. 

Richfield — Peoples Bank and Trust Co. : 
Mrs. Belle Ritchie, President; W. H. White, 
Cashier. 

Riehlands— Citizens Bank: W. B. Venters. 
President: R. D. Thompson. Cashier. 

Rich Square— Bank of Rich Square: J. T. 
Bolton. President; R. K. Grant, Cashier. 

Robersonville — Bank of Robersonville: J. H. 
Robertson, Jr., President; D. R. Everett. 
Cashier. 

Robersonville — Farmers Banking and Trust 
Co. : Samuel T. Everett, President : J. N. 
Coleman. Cashier. 

Rockingham— Bank of Pee Dee: W. L. Par- 
sons, President: H. C. Parsons, Cashier. 

Bockingham — Bank of Rockingham: M. W. 
McRae. President: B. F. Reynolds, Cashier. 

Rockingham — Farmers BanK: R. L. Steele. 
President; L S. Covington, Cashier. 

Rockingham — Richmond County Savings Bann: 
W. L. Parsons, President; W. L. Scales, Casn- 
ier. 

Rockwell— Bank of Rockwell: J. W. Peeler, 
President: B. A. Fisher, Cashier. 

Rockv Mount — Farmers and Merchants Bank: 
T. T. Thorne, President; Paul R. Capelle, 
Cashier. 



BANKS AND BANKERS 



Rocky Mount — Rocky Mount Savings and 
Trust Co.: T. H. Tattle, President; F. P. 
Spruill, Cashier. 

Roseboro — Bank of Rosehoro: J. W. \ate- 
president; C. D. DuBose, Cashier. 

Rosehoro — Coharie Bank of Koseboro: Troj 
I. Herring. President; C. B. Tyson, Cashier. 

Rose Hill— Bank of Rose Hill: J. C. Wil- 
liams, President; J. A. Bannerman. Cashier. 

Rosemary — Citizens Bank and Trust Co. : .lolm 
L. Patterson, President: F. L. Nash, Cashier. 

Rosemary — Rosemary Banking and Trust Co. : 
G. L. Hayes, Jr., President; H. H. King. 
Cashier. 

Rowland— Bank of Rowland: B. Allen Edens, 
President; E. B. Ward. Cashier. 

Rowland — Merchants and Farmers Bank: W. 
L. Buck, President; James E. McCallum, 
Cashier. 

Roxboro — Bank of Roxboro: T. E. Austin, 
President; W. F. Long, Cashier. 

Roxboro — Peoples Bank: J. A. Long. 
President; D. S. Brooks, Cashier. 

Roxobel — Bank of Roxobel: Almon Capenart. 
President; W. J. Capehart, Cashier. 

Roxobel — Roanoke-Chowan Pank: John Hi. 
Peele. President; S. J. Fore. Cashier. 

Rural Hall — Commercial ana Farmers KanK- 
S. S. Flynt, President; E. E. Shore, Cashier. 

Rural Hall— Rural Hall Bank and Trust Co.: 
E. L. Riser, President; O. M. Kiser, Cashier. 

Rutherfordton — Citizens Bank and Trust Co. : 
Collett L. Miller, President; M. H. Jones, 
Cashier. 

Rutherfordton — Commercial Bank of Ruther- 
fordton: S. B. Tanner, President; T. F. Oates. 
Cashier. 

St. Pauls— Bank of St. Pauls: L. Mclnms. 
President; J. C. Lentz, Cashier. 

Salemburp — Bank of tsalemmirg: C. S. Royal, 
President; R. P. Spell, Cashier. 

Salisbury — Davis & Wiley Bank: O. D. 
Davis, President; J. M. McCorkle, Cashier. 

Salisbury — Salisbury Bank and Trust Co. : 
W. E. McWhirter, President; W. C. Sifferd. 
Cashier. 

Salisbury— Wachovia Bank and Trust Co. 
(branch Wachovia Loan and Trust Co.. Wins- 
ton) : W. F. Snider. Cashier. 

Saluda— Bank of Saluda: H. P. Corwith. 
President; P. H. Bailey, cashier. 

Saluda— Carolina State Bank: D. C. Barrow, 
President : H. B. Lane. Cashier. 

Sanford— Page Trust Co.: (branch Page 
Trust Company, Aberdeen) : J. R. Page, 
President; E. R. Buchanan, Cashier 

Sanford — banking. Loan, and Trust Co. : K. 
E. Carrington, President; J. W. Cunningham. 
Cashier 

Sanford— Peoples Bank: F. R. Snipes. Presi- 
dent; H. C. Newbold. Cashier. 

Scotland Neck — Planters and Commercial 
Bank: Claude Kitchin, President; R. J. 
Jarvis. Cashier. 

Scotland Neck— Scotland 1 Neck Bank: <i 
Hoffman. President; J. H. Alexander, .tr.. 
Cashier. 

Seaboard— Farmers Bank: 11. R. Harris. 
President:' Elmo Crocker. Cashier. 

Seaerov< — Bank of Seagrove: Frank Auman. 
President: A. C. Harris. Cashier. 

Selma— Peoples Bank- L. D. Debnam, Presl 
dent; M. R. Wall, Cashier. 

Severn— Bank of Severn: J. B. SI, nil 
President: M. L. Martin. Cashier 

Sharpsburg— Sharpshurg Banking Co.: G T 
Dawes. President; George W. Dawi Cashlei 
Shelby- Cleveland Bank and Trual Co Wm 
T M, iberger President; J. J. Lattlmore, C 
Shell, v i nlon Tin. i Co C '' Bl 
President; Forest Eskrldge. Cashier. 

Siler City- Chatham Bank: .1. C G 
President: J. J. Jenkins, Cashier. 



Smithfleld — Farmers Bank 
R. C. C.illett. President; R. L. Fitzgerald. 
Cashier. 

Snow Hill— Snow Mill Banking 

Co.: G. A. Norn I. President; C. L. 

Blount. Cashier 

Siler City— Citizens Pank and Tl 
C. B. Fitz. Acting Pi t; J. Q. f iwi-U. 

Cashier. 

Southern Pines— Citizens Bank and 
Robert N. Page. President; M. O. Rlggan. 
Cashier. 

Southport— Bank of Southport: Thoa. B 
Cooper. President: G. H. Ruark, Cl 

Sparta— Bank of Sparta: R. A. Don, 
President; T. J. Carson. Cashier. 

Speed — Farmers Banking and Trust Co 
(branch Farmers Banking and Trust Co.. Tar- 
boro). 

Sp n ncer — Bank of Spencer: J. K. D 
President: A. M. Suggs, Cashier. 

Spindale — Citizens Pank unci Trust 
(branch Citizens Bank and Trust Co.. Bl 
fordton): C. L. Miller, President: F. P. Free- 
man, Cashier. 

Sprav— Bank of Spray (branch Bank of 
Leaksville). 

Sprav— Imperial Trust and Savings Co : R 
E Wall. Presid-nt: James T. Smith. Cashier 

Spring Hope — Citizens Bank: N. B. Finch. 
President: J. J. Pitts. Cashier. 

Spruce Pine — Bank of Spruce Pine: C. A. 
Peterson. President: J. L TTollirlcld. C« 

Stanfleld — Bank of Stantield: A. P. Harrn. 
President; M. E H"rrin. Cashier. 

Stanley — Farmers and Merchants Bank: M 
A Carpenter. President: Fred Rlivne Cashier 

Stantonsbnrg— Planters Ban*;: L. C. Pard n. 
President: B H Davis. Cashier. 

Star— Bank of Star: J. B. Shamburger. Pres- 
ident: W. Farlow. Cashier. 

Statesville— Merchants and Farmers ^ank: 
C S Tomlin. President; J. A. TCnox. Cashier. 

Statesville — Peoples Loan and Savings Bank: 
O. L. Turner, Cashier. 

Stem— Bank of Stem: 1 IT r.ooch. Presi- 
dent- i", v. Wbodllef Cashier. 

Stokes— Planters Bank- J B. Conitlctnn. 
President: Gilbert Peel. Cn 

Stokesdale — Stnkc^Iale Commercial Hank: P 
IT Simpson, President: A. B Brav. Cashier. 

Stonevllle Bank of Stonevllle: B T. Stone. 
President: C, K. Nolen. Cashier. 

Stonevllle Farmer \i rchants Bank 
•i-,„ i Co L fl Matthi ws. Preside, t; D B 
ii, abeck, Cashier. 

Stony Point— Bank of Stony Point: A i 
\\ :i „ p r e dent; A \v White, Cashier 

Stovall— Bank of Stoi 
President; A G Lewis, Casl 

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BANKS AND BANKERS 



Todd— Bank of Todd: C. M. Blackburn, 
President; W. L. Davis, Cashier. 

Townsville — Bank of Townsvtrte: J. J. White, 
President; F. A. Munn, Cashier. 

Trenton — Bank of Jones: .T. A. Lowry, Presi- 
dent ; F. W. Foscue, Cashier. 

Troutman — Troutman Banking and Trust Co. : 
J. C. Bookshire, President; H. Brown, Cashier. 

Troy — Bank of Montgomery: A. W. E. Capel, 
President: J. G. Tomlinson. Cashier. 

Troy — Troy Bank and Trust Co. : J. C. 
Hurley. President: Edgar Haywood, Cashier. 

Tryon— Bank of Tryon: W. T. Lindsey, 
President; J. B. Hester, Casnier. 

Tryon — Peoples Bank and. Trust Co. : G. H. 
Holmes, President; W. F. Little. Cashier. 

Turkey— Bank of Turkey; H. F. Pierce, 
Pn sident ; L. 1). Grady, Cashier. 

Valle Crucis — Valle Crucis Bank: L. D. 
Lowe, President; L. M. Farthing, Cashier. 

Vanceboro — Bank of Vanceboro: T. M. 
Howard. President; W. C. Winslow, Cashier. 

Varina— Bank of Varina: J. M. Judd, Presi- 
dent; F. W. Kurfees, Cashier. 

Vass — Bank of Vass: J. A. Keith, President; 
D. A. McLauchlln, Cashier. 

Waco — Peoples Bank: A. W. BlacK, Presi- 
dent; A. C. Beam, Cashier. 

Wadesboro — Bank of Wadesboro: L. D. 
Robinson, President; Adam Lockhart, Cashier. 

Wagram — Bank of Wagram: John A. Mc- 
Kay. President; .1. N. Steele, Cashier. 

Wake Forest— Bank of Wake: R. E. Royall, 
President; T. E. Holding, Cashier. 

Wake. Forest — Citizens Bank: I. 0. Jones. 
President; T. E. Bobbitt. Cashier. 

Wallace— Bank of Duplin: H. C. McQueen, 
President; W. T. Wallace, Cashier. 

Wallace — Farmers Bank and Trust Co. : G. 

B. D. Parker, President; O. P. Banks, Cashier. 
Walnut Cove — Bank of Stokes County (branch 

Bank of Stokes County, B-anbury). 

Walnut Cove — Farmers Union Bank and 
Trust Co.: J. Spot Taylor, President; M. T. 
Chilton. Cashier. 

Walstonburg — Farmers and Merchants Bank: 
Ray West. President; Carl T. Hicks. 
Cashier. 

Warrenton — Bank of Warren: C. N. Williams, 
Jr.. President; G. B. Gregory, Cashier. 

Warrenton — Citizens Bank: W. B. Boyd. 
President; R. T. Watson, Cashier. 

Warsaw — Bank of Warsaw; H. F. Pierce, 
President; J. K. Powell, Cashier. 

Washington — Bank of Washington: Jonathan 
Havens, President; Jasse B. Ross, Cashier. 

Washington — Savings and Trust Co. : B. G. 
Moss, President; J. B. Sparrow, Cashier. 

Waxhaw — Waxhaw Tanking and Trust Co.: 

C. S. Massoy, President; J. A. Williams, 
Cashier. 

Waynesville — Citizens Bank and Trust Co. . 
Thos. Stringfield, President; G. N. Henson. 
Cashier. 

Weaverville — Farmers and Traders Bank: I. 
A Harris, President; D. J. Weaver, Cashier. 

Weldon— Bank of Weldon: W. E. Daniel. 
President; L. C. Draper, Cashier. 

Weldon — Weldon Bank and Trust Co.: R. 
S. Travis, President: W. B. Lawson. Cashier. 

Wend 11— Bank of Wendell: R. B. Whitley, 
President: M. C. Todd. Cashier. 

Wendell — Farmers and Merchants Bank: M. 
A. Griffin. President; W. A. Scarboro, Cashier. 

West Durham — Bank of West Durham: J. O 
Cobb, President; J. R. Holloway, Cashier. 

West Durham — Fidelity Bank (branch Fidel- 
ity Bank, Durham). 

Whitakers — Bank of Whitakers: D. B. Gas- 
kill, President; E. B. Draughan, Acting 
Cashier. 

Whiteville— Bank of Columbus: E. F. Powell, 
President; M. T. Moycrs, trashier. 



Whiteville — Bank of Whiteville: J. D. Maults- 
by President; J. A. Maultsby, Jr., Cashier. 

Wilkesboro — Bank of Wilkes: Clem Wrenn, 
President; ('. P.. Shullenberger, Cashier. 

Williamston — Farmers and Merchants Bank: 
J. D. Biggs, President; J. D. Woolard, Cash- 
ier. 

Williamston — Martin County Savings and 
Trust Co.: J. G. Godard, President; J. E. 
Pope. Cashier. 

Wilmington — Bank of Commerce: R. L. Hen- 
ley. President; Robert Strange, Cashier. 

Wilmington — Citizens BanK and Trust Co. : 
J. H. James, President; C. J. LeGrand, Cash- 
ier. 

Wilmington — Home Savings Bank: J. W. 
Yates, President; J. F. Roache, Cashier. 

Wilmington — Liberty Savings Bank: T .E. 
Cooper. President; J. C. Rourk. Cashier. 

Wilmington — Peoples Savings Bank: F. W. 
Dick, President; J. Holmes Davis, Cashier. 

Wilmington — Wilmington, Savings and Trust 
Co. : C. E. Taylor, President ; W. H. Moore, 
Cashier. 

Wilson — Branch Banking and Trust Co. : S. 
G. Mewborn, President; E. W. Staples, Cash- 
ier. 

Wilson— Citizens Bank: R. G. Briggs, Presi- 
dent; W. M. Farmer, Cashier. 

Wilson— Commercial Barre: S. H. Vick, Pres- 
ident : H. S. Stanback, Cashier. 

Wilson — Farmers Banking and Trust Co. : 
R. H. Boswell, President; E. H. Anderson, 
Cashier. 

Wilson — Planters rank: W. E. Smith, Presi- 
dent; George E. Walston, Cashier. 

Wilson — Wilson Trust and Savings Bank: 
John F. Bruton, President; E. T. Barnes, Cash- 
ier. 

Windsor — Bank of Windsor: Thomas Gilliam, 
President; A. C. Mitchell, Cashier. 

Windsor— Citizens Bank: E. S. Askew, Pres- 
ident; M. B. Gilliam. Cashier. 

Wingate — State rank of Wingate: R. A. 
Morrow, President: W. A. Chaney, Cashier. 

Winston-Salem — Citizens Bank and Trust Co.: 
J. W. Jones, President; J. S. Hughson, Cash- 
ier. 

Winston-Salem — Farmers Bank and Trust Co. : 
W. J. Byerly, President; T. J. Byerly, Cashier. 

Winston-Salem— Farmers Bank and Trust 
(Southside Branch): P.. X. Linville, Cashier. 

Winston-Salem — Forsyth Savings and Trust 
Co.: J. S. Hill, President; H. M. Edmondson, 
Cashier. 

Winston-Salem — Merchants Bank and Trust 
Co.: Thomas Maslin, President; John H. Dyer, 
Cashier. 

Winston-Salem — Wachovia Pank and Trust 
Co.: F. H. Fries, President; G. B. Whi taker, 
Cashier. 

Winston- Sal -m — Wacho^-a Bank and Trust 
Co. (Trade Street Branch). 

Winterville — Bank of Winterville: J. E. 
Greene, President; J. L. Rollins, Cashier. 

Winton— Bank of Winton: D. R. MeGlohon, 
President; W. A. Sykes, Cashier. 

Winton — Merchants and Farmers Bank: W. 
P. Shaw. Jr., President; J. P. Mitchell, Cash- 
ier. 

Woodland— Farmers Bank: S. N. Parker, 
Fiesident; Irvin T. Blanchard, Cashier. 

Tadkinville — Bank of Yadkin: W. J. Byerly, 
President: W. A. Hall. Cashier. 

Yanceyville — Bank of Yaneeyville: R. L. 
Matchell. President ; S. M. Bason, Cashier. 

Youngsville — Bank of Youngsville: J. B. 
Jerry. President; J. A. Williams, Cashier. 

Zebulon — Bank of Zebulon: R. J. Whitley. 
President; F. E. Bur.n, Cashier. 

Zebulon — Citizens Bank: W. B. Drake. Jr., 
President; L. M. Gould. Cashier. 



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National Banks 

Albemarle — First National Bank: D. B. Mc- 
Curdy, President; II. P. Morrow, Cashier. 

Asheboro — First National Ramc: J. S. Lewis, 
President; John M. Neely, Cashier. 

Asheville — American National Bank: J. E 
Rankin, President; A. E. Rankin, Vice-Presi- 
dent and Cashier. 

Asheville — National 
G. Adams, President; 
Pres. and Cashier. 

Ayden — First National Bank: J. R. 
age. President; Evan E. Settle, Cashier. 
Burlington — First National Bank of 
ington: W. \V. Lasley, President; R. 
Malone, Cashier. 

Charlotte — Charlotte National Bank: John M. 
Scott, President; W. H. Twitty, Vice-Presi- 
dent and Cashier. \ 

Charlotte — Commercial National Bank: R. A. 
Dunn, President; A. T. Summey, Cashier. 

Charlotte — First National Bank: H. M. Mc- 
Atlen, President; R. C. Johnson, Cashier. 

Charlotte — Merchants and Farmers National 
Bank: W. G. Wilkinson, President; J. A. 
Stokes, Cashier. 

Charlotte — Union National Bank: H II. Vic- 
tor, President; D. P. Tillett, Cashier. 

Cherryville — First National Bank: M. L 
Mauney, President; M. C. Mauney, Cashier. 

Concord — Concord National Bank: D. B. 
Coltrane, President; L. D. Coltrane, Cashier. 

Creedmoor — First National Bank: L. V. 
Peace, President; N. J. Roddie, Cashier. 

Dunn — First National Bank: D. C. Fussell, 
President; H. B. Taylor, Cashier. 

Durham — Citizens National Bank: R. 
Rigsbee, President; J. B. Mason, Cashier. 
Durham — First National Trust Co. : J. 
Cobb, President; J. F. Glass, Treasurer; L. 
McLendon, Secretary. 

Durham — First National Hank: Julian 
Carr, President; S. Jones, Cashier. 

Elizabeth City — First and Citizens National 
Bank: Chas. II. Robinson, President; M. H. 
Jor.es, Cashier. 

Elkin — Elkin National Bank: A. Chatham 
Jr., President; C. G. Armfield, Cashier. 

Fairmont — First National Bank: A. J. Floyd, 
President; J. F. Johnson. Cashier. 

Fayetteville — National Bank of Fayetteville : 
J. H. Culbreth, President; A. B. McMillan. 
Vice-President and Cashier. 

Gastonia — Citizens National Bank 
Myers, President; John M. Miller, 3d 
Gastonia — First National Bank: L. 
kins, President; S. N. Boyce, Cashier. 

Gastonia — Third National Bank: J. \V. 
President; F. C. Abernethy, Cashier. 

tloldsboro — National Bank of Goldsboro: G 
A. Norwood, President; Thomas IT. Norwood, 
Cashier. 

Goldsboro — Wayne National Bank: F K 
Borden. President; W. E. Stroud, Vice Presi 
dent and Cashier. 

Graham — National Bank of Alamance: J. L. 
Scott, Jr., President; Charles A Scott, i 

Greensboro — American Exchange National 
Bank: R. <:. Vaughn. President: F. C Boyles, 
Vice-Presidenl and Cashier 

Greenvilli — National Bank of Greenvllli i 
L. Little. President; F. .1 Forbes, Cash! 
Hamlet — First National Bank: E N Rl 
President ; N. M. . I < ■ 1 1 xette, i !a ihier 

Henderson— First National Bank: s. T P 
l'i i Ldent ; F B. Robards, Cashii 

Kendersonville— Citizens National Bai 
W. Ewbank. President: VV \ 5 Cashier. 

Hickory First National rank. J. D Elliott, 
President : K C. m nzii . Via Pn ident an. I 
c !a ihief. 

High Point Commercial National Bank: J, 
Elwood Cox, President : V. A J Idol, I 



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Kings Mountain Firsl National Bank' w \ 
Mauney, President : w n \i <. . ., Cashier 

Kinston— First National Bank D r W 
President : W. B Harvey, Cashier. 

Kinston— National Bank i it n 

Taylor, President; J. A. Blzzell, Cashier 

Laurinburg First National Bai I v L 
.lames. President . 'I hi ma 1 Gl l ashler 

'• ! i " ■< National Bank: w. J Lenoir 

President; E. F. Allen, Cashier. 

Lincolnton — Lincoln Counts National 
W. E. Grigg, President; II. E. Grit 

Lincolnton— First National Bai : 
Rhyne, President; M. it i Cs liier. 

Louisburg- -Farmers National B 1 M 

Allen, President; F. .1 Bi asli ' bier. 

Louisburg — First National Bank: \v. II. 



B McKinne, \ 



Morgan, 

P. War 

Ca-li 

11. Lee, 
G. C 

M Kist- 



Ruffin, President; F 
dent and Cashier. 

Lumberton — First National Bank: II. M. 
McAllister, President; R. McA. NUi 

Lumberton — National Hank of Lumberton: A 
W. .McLean. President; M. F l 

Marion — First National Bank: .f I, 
President; J. E. Neal, Cashier. 

Mebane — First National Bank B 
ren. President: George W. Joh 

Monroe— First National Bank: J. 
I resident ; 3. W. Laney, Cashier, 

Mooresville — First National Bank: 
Goodman. President; C P \l 

Morganton — First National Bat 
ler, President; A M. Ingold, Cashier 

Mount Airy — First National Bank: T. G. 
Fawcett, President; E G Smith, Cashier. 

Mount Olivt — First National Bank: M. T. 
Breazeale, President; E. C. Casi I jhler. 

Murfreesboro — First National Bai I 

Lawrence. President; J. A. Campbell, Cashier. 

New Bern — National Bank of New 
James A. Bryan. President; W. \V. Griffin, 
Cashier. 

Newton- Shuford National Hank: A 11. 
Crowell, President; T. C. Clifton I 

Oxford — First National Bank: w. if. Hunt, 
I resident : .f. P.. Powell, Assistant cashier. 

Oxford National Bank of Gram I I 

White, President; \V. T. Yancey, Cashier 

Raleigh Citizens National Bant Ji ph <; 
Brown. President : 11. .1 STou 
(lent; (l. If. Anderson, Cashier; R \ 
Brow ii. \ i i lashier. 

Raleigh l lomn ercis !. B. S 

.Terman, President; E. P. Crow, Active 
i i - lident ; A. p. Bauman, Cashier. 

Raleigh— Merchants National W B 

Drake, Ji . Pn ildenl . T l" Mat luln Ca 

Reidsville- First Nat al Bank it s \i 

gomery, President; Scott Flllman, Cashier. 

Roanoke Rapids First Nati nal Bat 
Roanoke Rapids: \\ I I cell, P 
T. \V Mi 

Rocky Mount First National Bank .' B 
Ramsey, Presidenl . f I 
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Rocky Mount Na 
Mount : T. ii. Paul- , t; J. L. 8 
r. 

Ki>rk\ Mount i 

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Roxboro — 1 

B. G. ( 
SahJ ury — First N • H Nl 

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T. B. Hood, President; R. P. Holding Cashier. 

Smithfleld — National Trust Co. : T. B. 
Hood. President; R. P. Holding. Cashier. 

Snow Hill — First National Bank: J. C. 
Exura. President; Moyer Mendenhall, Cashier. 

Spencer- — First National Bank : B. C. Jones, 
President; T. E. Johnson, Cashier. 

Spring Hope — First National Bank: P. A. 
Morgan, President; G. F. Walker, Cashier. 

Statesville — Commercial National: W. D. 
Turner, President; D. M. Ausley, Cashier. 

Statesville— First National Bank: B. A. 
Cooper, President; H. L. Newbold, Cashier. 

Tarboro — First National Bank: Henry C. 
Bridgers, President; M. G. Mann, Vice-Presi- 
dent and Cashier. 

Thomasville — First National Bank: T. J. 
Finch, President; C. B. L_ Pope, Cashier. 



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Wadesboro — First National Bank: John D 
Leak, President; W. L. Marshall, Cashier. 

Warsaw — First National Bank: J. E. WH 
liams, President; L. D. Grady, Cashier. 

Washington — First National Bank: A 
Dumay, President; J. D. Webb, Cashier. 

Waynesville — First National Bank: J 
Boyd, President; J. H. Way, Jr., Cashier. 

West Jefferson — First National Bank : J. J 
Thomas, President; J. A. Boland, Cashier. 

Wilmington — Commercial National Uank 
T. E. Cooper, President; H. C. Cooper 
Cashier. 

Wilmington — Murchison National Bank: J 
B. Grainger, President; C. S. Grainger 
Cashier. 

Wilson — First National Bank: John F. Bru- 
ton, President: W. E. Warren, Cashier. 

Winston-Salem — Peoples National Bank: J 
W. Fries, President; J. M. Dean. Cashier. 



Cotton Mills 



Number of mills, 383. Three hundred and 
fifty-two of this number report $146,894,172 in- 
vested and authorized in plant operations. 
Number of spindles, 5,605,102; looms, 74,740; 
cards, 14,725; raw material used, 31,768,116 
pounds. Estimated value yearly output, 
$229,670,691. 

Number employed 78,972. 

(When not otherwise designated, officer named 
is the secretary or treasurer. ) 

ALAMANCE 

Burlington — Aurora Cotton Mills: Lawrence 
S. Holt, Jr., Mgr. 

Burlington — Consolidated Textile Corporation, 
Hopedale Division: F. K. Bupprecht, President. 

Burlington — Elmira Cotton Mills Co. : J. A. 
Barnwell. 

Burlington— Glencoe Mills: W. L. Holt, 

Burlington— E. M. Holt Plaid Mills, Inc.: 
Walter M. Williams. 

Burlington — King Cotton Mills Corp. : Henry 
M. Holladay. 

Burlington — Lakeside Mills: J. H. Holt. 

Burlington — Stevens Manufacturing Co. : Paul 
Stevens. 

Elon College — Consolidated Textile Corpora- 
tion, Ossipee Division ; F. K. Bupprecht, 
President. 

Elon College— Holt, Grant & Holt Cotton 
Manufacturing Co. : H. C. Pollard. 

Glen Baven — Glen Baven Cotton Mills: Boger 
Grant, Mgr. 

Graham — Alamance Cotton Mills: G. Allen 
Mebane. 

Graham — Bellemont Cotton Mills: G. Allen 
Mebane. 

Graham — Carolina Mills: G. Allen Mebane. 

Graham — Oneida Mills: G. Allen Mebane. 

Graham — Sidney Cotton Mills: J. L. Scott, 
Jr. 

Graham — Tavora Manufacturing Co. : W. E. 
White. 

Haw River — Haw Biver Manufacturing Co. : 
J. H. White. 

Haw Biver— Holt-Granite-Puritan Mills Co.: 
L. Banks Williamson. 

Saxapahaw — White, Williamson Co. : L. A. 
Williamson. 

Swepsonville — Virginia Cotton Mills: W. C. 
Kirkpatrick. 

ALEXANDER 

Stony Point — Rocky Face Spinning Co. : Sam- 
uel Turner. 

Stony Point — Watts Spinning Co. : Dewey 
Watts. 



Taylorsville — Liledoun Manufacturing Co. : T. 
H. Miller. 

Taylorsville — Miller Manufacturing Co. : J. A. 
Miller, Jr., Pres. 

Taylorsville — North State Cotton Mills Co.: 
Jas. Watts. 

Taylorsville — Taylorsville Cotton Mills Co.: 
T. H. Miller. 

ANSON 

Wadesboro — Wadesboro Cotton Mills Co. : W. 

B. Rose. 

BLADEN 
Bladenboro — Bladenboro Cotton Mills, Inc. : 

C. O. Bridger. 

BUNCOMBE 

Asheville — Asheville Cotton Mills: M. D. 
Long. 

Asheville — French Broad Mfg. Co. : R. L. 
Mitchell. 

BURKE 

Henry River — Henry River Manufacturing 
Co.: D. W. Aderholdt. 

Morganton — Alpine Cotton Mills: J. E. Er- 
win. 

Valdese — Valdese Manufacturing Co. : F. 
Gairou. 

CABARRUS 

Concord — Brancord Mfg. Co., Inc.: Chas. A. 
Mies. 

Concord — Brown Manufacturing Co. : F. J. 
Haywood. 

Concord — Cabarrus Cotton Mills: J. G. Mc- 
Eachern, Supt. 

Concord — Cannon Manufacturing Co. : G. B. 
Lewis. 

Concord — Franklin Cotton Mills, Inc. : E. 
G. Bost. 

Concord — Gibson Manufacturing Co. : A. B. 
Howard. 

Concord— Hartsell Mills Co.: J. L. Hartsell. 

Concord — Kerr Bleaching and Finishing 
Works, Inc.: A. G. Odell. 

Concord — Locke Cotton Mills Co. : Thos. H. 
Webb. 

Concord — Norcott Mills Co. : F. J. Hay- 
wood. 

Concord — Boberta Manufacturing Co. : W. W. 
Flowe. 

Concord— White-Parks Mill Co.: E. F. 
White. 

Kannapolis — Cabarrus Cotton Mills: E. Sau- 
vain. 

Kannapolis — Cannon Manufacturing Co. : G. 
B. Lewis. 

Mount Pleasant — Halifax Cotton Mills, Inc. 
No. 2. : N. B. McCanless. 



COTTON HILLS 






Mount Pleasant — Tuscarora Cotton Mill: O. 
A Barringer. 

CALDWELL 
Granite Falls— Dudley Shoals Cotton Mill 
Co. : D. H. Warlick. 

Granite Falls — Falls Manufacturing Co. : D. 
H. Warlick. 

Granite Falls — Granite Falls Mfg. Co. : A. 
Alexander Shuford. 

Hudson— Hudson Cotton Mfg. Co.; J. L. Nel- 
son. 
Lenoir — Lenoir Cotton Mills: J. L. Nelson. 
Lenoir— Steele Cotton Mill Co. : T. H. Broy- 
hill. 

Mortimer — United Mills Co. : H. J. Holbrook. 
Patterson — Watts Cotton Mill Co. : A. E. 
Watts. 

Rhodhiss— Rhodhiss Mills Co.: E. C. 
Marshall. 

Valmead — Moore Cotton Mill Co. : J. L. 
Nelson. 

Whitnel— Whitnel Cotton Mill Co. : J. L. 
Nelson. 

CATAWBA 
Brookford — Brookford Mills Co. : Paul A. 
Redmond. 

Conover— Blue Ridge Cotton Mill: Jno. A. 
Isenhour. 

Hickory — Hickory Spinning Co. : H. J. Hol- 
brook. 
Hickory— Ivey Mill Co. : A. Alex. Shuford. 
Hickory— A. A. Shuford Mill Co.: A. Alex. 
Shuford. 

Hickory— United Mills Co.: H. J. Holhrook. 
Long Island— Long Island Cotton Mills: Os- 
borne Brown. 

Maiden— Carolina Cotton Mills: B. M. 
Spratt, Jr. 

Maiden— Center Cotton Mills Co., Inc.: S. L. 
Heffner. 

Maiden— Liberty Spinning Co. : S. L. Heff- 
ner. 

Maiden— Maiden Cotton Mills: S. L. Heff- 
ner. 

Maiden— Union Cotton Mills: C. E. Hutchin- 
son. 
Newton— Catawba Cotton Mills: J. W. Yount. 
Newton— City Cotton Mills Co.: W. B. 
Gaither. 

Newton— Clyde Mill Co.: A. B. Kuhn. 
Newton— Newton Mills Co.: W. T. Busby. 
Newton — Yount Cotton Mills: Partnership. 

CHATHAM 
Pittsboro— J. M. Odell Mfg. Co.: A. H. 
London. 

Siler City — Hadley Peoples Mfg. Co. : J. C. 
Gregson. 

CHOWAN 
Edenton— Edenton Cotton Mills: W. O. El- 
liott. 

CLEVELAND 
Grover— Minnett Mills: C. F. Harry, Owner. 
Kings Mountain — l.onnie Cotton Mills: \\ . A. 
Mauney. 

Kings Mountain— Cora Cotton Mills: O. G. 
Falls. 

Kings Mountain— Dilling Cotton Mills: W. B. 
Dilling. 

Kings Mountain— King? Mountain Mig. Co.: 
S. A. Mauney. 

Kings Mountain— Margrace Mills, Inc.: P 
M. Neisler. 

Kings Mountain -Mason Cotton Mills Co.: 
O. B. Carpenter. 

Kings Mountain— Park Yarn Mills Co.: -I L 
Spencer. 

Kings Mountain— Patricia Mills: P. m 
Neisler. 

Kings Mountain— Pauline Mills: P. M 
Neisler. 



Sings Mountain Phoenli Ml l n. C 

Dwelle. 

Kings Mountain — Sadie Cotton Mill- D C 
Mauney. 

Lawndale- Cleveland Mill and Powei I 
John P. Schenck, Jr. 

Shelby— Belmont Cotton Mill Co.: a w. 
McMurry. 

Sln-lhy, R. F. D.— Burial.. Mill-. 
B Spencer. 

Shelby— Catherine Mill Co.: II L Toms. 

Shelby— Consolidated Textile Corp.. < K 1 1 a 
I tivision). 

Shelby— Double Shoals Mfg. Co.: A \V lie 
Murry. 

Shelby— Eastside Mfg. Co.: Fred B. Mor- 
gan. 

Shelby— Lily Mill and Power Co. : Juo. F. 
Schenck, Jr. 

Shelby— Shelby Cotton Mills: J. C. Smith. 

CUMBERLAND 

Cumberland— Corley Mills, Inc.: W. E. Du- 
Pre. 

Fayetteville — Cape Fear Cotton Mills Co. : J. 
M. Butler. 

Fayetteville — Holt-Williamson Mfg. Co. : A \ 
McEaehern. 

Fayetteville — Puritan Mills Co. : L. Banks 
Williamson. 

Fayetteville — Tolar, Hart & Holt Mills: 
Minnie Hamlet. 

Fayetteville — Victory Manufacturing Co \ 
E. Rich. 

Hope Mills— Rockfish Mills, Inc.: R. L Iluf- 
fines. 

DAVIDSON 

Lexington— Dacotah Mills, Inc. : W. H. 
Mendenhall. 

Lexington — Erlanger Cotton Mills Co. : ' 
W. Mountcastle. 

Lexington— Nokomis Cotton Mills: Jno. T. 
Lowe. 

Lexington — Wennonah Cotton Mills Co. : J. 
V. Mofflt. 

Thomasville — Amazon Cotton Mills: R. C 
Rapp. 

Thomasville — Jewel Cotton Mills: John Til- 
let. 

DAVIE 

Cooleeme — Edwin Cotton Mills No. :< W 

A. Erwin. 

DURHAM 

Durham— Golden Belt Mfg, Co C * 
Moore. 

Durham— Lawrence Cotton Mill: C. I. I 
Pres. 

Durham Pearl Cotton Mills: J. Harper Br- 
win. 

Bast Durham Durham Cotton Mfg. C 
Harper Erwin. 

West Durham The Brwln Cotton \i 
\n i Mill: W. a Brwln. 

West Durham The Erwii Cotton M 
\,, i Mill w a Brwln 

ltoxhoro Laura Cotton Mills it I. HirrK 

EDGECOMBE 

Tarboro Fountain Cotton Mills: Uarrv 

Smith. 

Tarboro Hari C ttoi U H SmHo. 

FORSYTH 

Winston Salem \ '' I Nod ll 

Smith. 

Win (ton Salem tnverm MU1 Co u W 

(irr. 

FRANKLIN 

i • u iciinton Sterling Coti Mills \ H 

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GASTON 
Belmonl Arinc Spinning Co.: It. B. Suggs. 
Belmont- Chronicle Mills: it. L. Stowe. 
Belmont— Climax Spinning Co.: S. P. Stowe. 
Belmont— Crescent Spinning Co.: George W. 
Stowe. 

Belmont — Eagle Yarn Mills: J. W. Stowe. 
Belmont — Imperial Yarn Mills: It. L. Stowe. 
Belmont— Linford Mills, Inc.: J. E. Ford. 
Belmont— Majestic Mfg. Co.: S. P. Stowe. 
Belmont — National Yarn Mills, Inc. : It. L. 
Stowe. 

Belmont — Perfection Spinning Co.: 
Stowe. 

I elmont — Sterling Spinning Co.: S. P 
Stowe. 

Belmont — Stowe Spinning Co.: F. R. Fox. 
Bessemer City — American Cotton Mills. Inc.: 
It. Goldberg. 

Bessemer City — Gambrill & Melville Mills 
Co. : Mary T. Gambrill, Treas. 

Bessemer City — George Cotton Mill: (Not ift 
Operation. ) 

Bessemer City — McLean Manufacturing Co " 
A A. McLean, Jr. 

Bessemer City — Osage Manufacturing Co.: 
H. R. Lang. 

Cherryville — Carlton Yarn Mills, Inc. : C. A. 
Rudisill. 

Cherryville— Cherryville Mfg. Co.: W. B. 
Rhyne. 

Cherryville— Gaston Mfg. Co.: D. P. Mc- 
Clurd. 

Cherryville— Howell Mfg Co.: W. B. 
Cherryville — Melville Mfg. Co. : J. 
Love. 

Cherryville — Rhyne-Hauser Mfg. Co. : j> 
liuss. 

Cherryville — Yivian Spinning Co., Inc. 
A. Farris. 

Cramerton — Mays Mills. Inc. :H. L. Moore. 
Gastonia — Arlington Cotton Mills: J. 11. Se 
park. 

Gastonia — Arlington Cotton Mills: J. 
park. 

Gastonia — Arkay Mills, Inc. : J. H. 
Gastonia — Armstrong Cotton Mills Co 
Winget. 

Gastonia — Arrow Mills, Inc. : J. H. Separk. 
Gastonia — Avon Mills: S. M. Robinson. 
Gastonia — Champion Cotton Mill: A. K. Win- 
get. 

Gastonia — Clara Manufacturing Co.: A. K. 
Winget. 

Gastonia — Dixon Mills, Inc. : A. M. Dixon. 
Gastonia — Dunn Mfg. Co. : A. K Winget. 
Gastonia — Flint Mfg. Co. : .T. H. Separk. 
Gastonia — Gastonia Cotton Mfg. Co. : .1. S. 
Love. 

Gastonia — Gray Manufacturing Co.: J. H. 
Separk. 

Gastonia — Groves Mills, Inc. : Fay Lavender. 
Gastonia — Hanover Thread Mills, Inc.: George 

E. Marvin. 

Gastonia — High Shoals Cotton Mills Co.: A 
K. Winget. 

Gastonia — Jenckes Spinning Co., (Loray Div. ) 

F. L. Jenckes. 

Gastonia— Mildred Cotton Mills Co.: A. K. 
Winget. 

Gastonia — Modena Cotton Mills: W. T. Love. 

Gastonia — Monarch Cotton Mills Co.: A. K. 
Winget. 

Oa.-'tonia — Morowehb Cotton Mills Co.: J. D. 
Moore. 

Gastonia — Mountain Yiew Mill, Inc. : Geo. 
E. Marvin. 

Gastonia— Mutual Cotton Mill Co.: A. K. 
Winget. 



Rhyne. 
Frank 

A. H. 

C. 



H. Se- 

Separk. 
: A. K. 



Gastonia— Myers Mills, Inc.: J. L. Bush. 

Gastonia — Myrtle Mills, Inc.: J. H. Separk. 

Gastonia — Osceola Mills, Inc.: Geo. E. Mar- 
vin. 

Gastonia — Ozark Mills: C. K. Torrence. 

Gastonia — Parkdale Mills, Inc. : J. H. Se- 
park. 

Gastonia— Piedmont Spinning Mills: A. K. 
Winget. 

Gastonia — Pinkey Mills, Inc.: L. S. Ran- 
kin. 

Gastonia — Priscilla Spinning Co. : J. H. 
Mayes. 

Gastonia — Rankin Mills, Inc. : L. S. Rankin. 

Gaston ia— Ranio Manufacturing Co. : W. T. 
Love. 

Gastonia — Rex Spinning Co. : W. M. Boyce. 

Gastonia — Ridge Mills, Inc. : L. S. Rankin. 

Gastonia— Ruby Cotton Mills, Inc. : D. M. 
Jones. 

Gastonia — Seminole Cotton Mills Co. : A. K. 
Winget. 

Gastonia — Shuford Mills, Inc.: Geo. E. Mar- 
vin. 

Gastonia — A. M. Sniyre Mfg. Co. : Fred 
Smyre. 

Gastonia — Spencer Mountain Mills: W. T. 
Love. 

Gastonia — Trenton Cotton Mills: J. K. Dixon. 

Gastonia — Victory Yarn Mills Co. : A. K. 
Winget. 

Lowell— The' Atherton Mills: C. M. Robin- 
son. 

Lowell— Dorothy Mfg. Co.: C. M. Robin- 
son. 

Lowell— Lowell Cotton Mills: S. M. Robin- 
son. 

Lowell — Peerless Manufacturing Co. : S. M. 
Robinson. 

McAdenville — McAden Mills: Robert R. 
Ray. 

Mount Holly — Adrian Mfg. Co. : Milton En- 
sor, Supt. 

Mount Holly— Alsace Mfg. Co.: J. M. Hatch. 

Mount Holly— Globe Yarn Mills, Inc.: J. W. 
Holland. 

Mount Holly — Nims Manufacturing Co. : J. F. 
Outen, Supt. 

Mount Holly — Tuckaseege Manufacturing Co. : 
W. W. Glenn. 

Mount Holly — Woodlawn Mfg. Co. : R. E 
Starnes. Supt. 

Stanley — Catawba Spinning Co. : R. F. 
Craig. 

Stanley — Lola Manufacturing Co. : A. C. 
Taylor. 

Worth — Harden Mfg. Co. : S. A. Robinson. 

GRANVILLE 

Oxford— Oxford Cotton Mills: R. J. Lewis, 
Jr. 

GUILFORD 

Gibsonville— Gem Cotton Mills: L. S. Holt 
& Sons, owners. 

Gibsonville — Minneola Mfg. Co. : J. R. Young. 

Greensboro — Pomona Mills — C. W. Causey. 
Greensboro — Proximity Mfg. Co.: J. E. Har- 
din. 

Greensboro — Revolution Cotton Mills: S. 
Sternberger. 

Greensboro — White Oak Cotton Mills: J. E. 
Hardin. 

lli-h Point— Cloverdale Cotton Mills: H. F. 
Hunsueker. 

High Point— Highland Cotton Mills: H. F 
Hunsueker. 

High Point— Pickett Cotton Mills, Inc. : R 
II. Walker. 

Jamestown — Oakdale Cotton Mills: 0. M 
Bundy. 



COTTON MILLS 



HALIFAX 

Roanoke Rapids — Roanoke .Mills Co.: S. F 
Patterson. 

Roanoke Rapids — Rosemary Mfg. Co. : B. W 
Behman. 

Rosemary — Patterson Mills Co. : A. L Taj 
lor. 

Weldon— Weldon Cotton Mfg. Co.: W. A. 
Pierce. 

HARNETT 

Dnki — The Ei-wiii Mills Co.: W. A Erwin, 

HENDERSON 
Tuxedo— Green River Mfg. Co.: P. D. Bell 

HOKE 
Raeford— Raeford Cotton Mills Co.: ('. \\ 
Seate. 

IREDELL 

Mocresville — Dixie Cotton Mill Co.: Roy K 
McNeely. 

Mooresville — Mooresville Cotton Mills: Geo. 
C. Goodman. 

Statesvilli Bloonfield Mfg. Co.: L. N. Mills 

Statesville — Paola Cotton Mills, Inc. : A. L. 
Mills. 

Statesville — The Statesville Cotton Mills: V. 
B. Bunch. 

Turnersburg — Laura Ellen Watts i 
Mill Co. : A. E. Watts. 

JOHNSTON 

Clayton— The Clayton Cotton Mills: Chas. 'G 
GttUey. 

Clayton— Liberty Cotton Mill Co.: D. L. 
Barbour. 

Selma — Eastern Manufacturing Co.: G. F. 
Lattimore. 

Selma— Ethel Cotton Mill Co.: <;. F. Latti- 
llli ne. 

Selma — Mobile Cotton Mills, Selma Div. : 
W. B. Thatcher. 

Smithfield— Ivanhoe Mfg. Co. : -1. J. Broad- 
hurst. 

LEE 
Sanford— Sanford Cotton Mills: .1. R. Jones. 

LENOIR 

Kinston— Caswell Cotton Mills: W. I). La- 
Roque. 

Kinston — Kinston Cotton Mills: T. V. Mose- 
ley. 

LINCOLN 

Lincolnton — Anderson Mills. Inc. : Thorne 
Clark. 

Lincolnton— Boger and Crawford Spinning 
Mill: Alfred Crawford. 

Lincolnton — Elm Grove Cotton Mill: K. S 
Rienhardt. 

Lincolnton — Eureka Mfg. Co., Inc.: J. L. 
Linel erger. 

Lincolnton— Indian Creek Mills, Inc.: Paul 
Rhodes. 

Lincolnton— Laboratory Cotton Mills: I). E. 
Rhvne, owner. 

Lincolnton— Long Shoal Cotton Mills: l>. H, 
Mauney. 

Lincolnton— Melville Mfg. Co., No. '2.: .1. 
O. Shuford. 

Lincolnton — Roseland Cotton Mills Co.: it l. 
Goode, owner. 

Lincolnton John Rudisill Mfg. Co.: J. O. 
Shuford. 

Lincolnton Saxony Spinning Co. : -1 I 
Love. 

Lincolnton Wampum Cotton Mills, Inc.: J. 
L. Lineberger. 

Lincolnton — Williams Cotton Mill: J. 0. Al- 
len. 

Southside — Lincoln Cotton Mills: C. s. I. it 
tie, Mgr. 



SI a: I 'I i 

1 

Mcdowell 

I i W I. M 

Marion- < < 

Marion — Marion \l . ■ . 
land. 

MADISON 
Capitola M 

MECKLENBURG 
Chat lotte Barnhardt Mfg. C i M 

Barnha 

Charlotte Bell ro W I G. H. 

enbrough, Sr. 

Charlottl Chadwick ! i i ' 

D 

Elizabeth Mills I I M 

Chai lotte Fid ' I I J. M. A 

Charlotte Highland Park Mfg. Co.: J. L 

Sp ncer. 

Charlotte — Hollj M 
Ti i as. 

Magnolia Mills: a i 
villc, P 

Charlottl — Robinson Spinning Co.: s M 
Robinson. 

Charlotte Savona Mfg. O E II 
w I 

Chai lotte South, rn Ti ti g Mill: G 

I' Roberts, owner. 

.North Charlotte Johnston Mi K -. i M 

Rosa J. Stokes. 

North Charlottl Mi tiburg Mills i W. 
T. Busby. 

Cornelius — Cornelius Cotton Mill: P \ 
S tough, 

Cornelius Gem Yarn Mill I t ■ \ 

Sherrill. 

Davidson Delburg I Co.: J. L Sloan. 

Huntersvllle Anchor Mills: .1 I. 

Paw Crei k The Thrift m , Co H W 
Moot e 

Pineville Chadwick-Hoskins Co. E, C 
Dwelle, Charlotte. 

MONTGOMERY 

Uiscoc Aileell Mills, I 

don. 

Troj Rhj in \iiii' rson Mills: 1 1 i' 
Jr. 

Troy Tin- Smltherman I \ w 

E. Capel. 

MOORE 
High Palls High Falls M 
Shaw. 

Vass Vass Cott Mill ( \ m 

eron. 

NASH 
Rocky Mmiiii Rockj Mount Mills Th« H 
Battle. 

NEW HANOVER 

Wilmington Bellwlll ('■ ■• U 1. 

William 
Wilraingtoi D Ml t It 

\ i 

ORANGE 

Mill M 

Hill i Cotton Mills .1 M 

PASQUOTANK 
Elizabeth City — Ellzi City i M 

i i : Ori 

PERSUN 

RoXl ! M K 1 I' 

Roxl Cotton M 



COTTON MILLS 



PITT 
Greenville— Greenville Cotton Mills: R. Wil- 
liams. 

RANDOLPH 

Asheboro — Sapona Cotton Mills, Inc.: W. J. 
ArmUeld, Jr. 

Coleridge — Enterprise Mfg. Co. : F. C. Cave- 
ness. 

Franklinville — Franklinvjlle Mfg. Co. : Hugh 
Parks. 

Franklinville— Randolph Mfg. Co. : Hugh 
Parks. 

Kamseur— Columbia Mfg. Co.: I. F. Craven. 

Randleman, R. F. D., No. 2.— Central Falls 
Mills, Inc. : I. N. Cox. 

Randleman — Deep River Mills, Inc. : M. S. 
Sherwood. 

Worthville — Riverside Mills, Inc. : W. L. 
Ward. 

RICHMOND 

Rockingham — Entwistle Mfg. Co. : G. G. Ent- 
wistle. 

Rockingham— Great Falls Mfg. Co. : Claude 
Gore. 

Rockingham — Hannah Pickett Mills: W. B 
Cole. 

Rockingham — Leak, Wall & McRae, Inc. : J 
LeUrand Everett. 

Rockingham — Ledbetter Mfg. Co. : H. D. 
Ledbetter. 

Rockingham — Pee Dee Mfg. Co. : E. G. 
Payne. 

Rockingham — Rolierrdel Manufacturing Co. : 
J. LeGrand Everett. 

Rockingham— Steele's Mills: J. W. Porter. 

ROBESON 

Lumberton — Dresden Cotton Mills, Inc. : F. 
P. Gray. 

Lumberton — Jennings Cotton Mills: F. P. 
Gray. 

Lumberton — Lumberton Cotton Mills: F. P. 
Gray. 

Lumberton — National Cotton Mills. Inc. : A. 
P. McAllister. 

Red Springs — Red Springs Cotton Mill Co. : 
J. M. I'.utler. 

St. Pauls— Ernaldson Cotton Mill Co. : W. 
D. Johnson. 

St. Pauls— The McEachern Cotton Mill Co., 
Inc. : J. M. Butler. 

St. Pauls— St. Pauls Cotton Mills Co. : A. 
R. McEachern. 

ROCKINGHAM 
Draper — Draper American Mill: E. D. 
Pitcher. 

Draper — Wearwell Sheeting Mill: E. D. 
Pitcher. 

Leaksville — Bedspread Mill Dept. : E. D. 
Pitcher. 

Mayodan — Washington Mills (Mayodan 

Plant): A. H. Bahnson. 

Reidsville— Edna Cotton Mills: J. B. Pip- 
kin. 

Spray — Leaksville Cotton Mills: W. R. 
Walker. 

Spray — Lily Mills (Caro. Cotton and Woolen 
Mills) : G. M. Lamar, Supt. 

Spray — Morehead Cotton Mills Co. : W. R. 
Walker. 

Spray — Nantucket Mills: G. M. Lamar, Supt. 

Spray—Rhode Island Mill: W. P. Barnes, 
Supt. 

Spray — Spray Cotton Mills: Karl Bishopric. 

ROWAN 

China Grove — China Grove Cotton Mills Co. : 
John H. Rutledge. 

China Grove — Patterson Mfg. Co. : P. A. 
Earnhardt. 



China Grove — Woodson Mills Co., Inc.: \V. 
H. Woodson, Treas. 

Landis — Corriher Mills Co. : L. A. Corriher. 

Landis — Linn Mills Co. : G. O. Lipe. 

Rockwell— Barringer Mtg. Co.: C. E. Steven- 
son. 

Salisbury — Diamond Cotton Mills: L. A. 
Mahaley. 

Salisbury — Ivy Damask Mill, Inc., L. A. 
Mahaley. 

Salisbury — Kesler Manufacturing Co. : C. E. 
Stevenson. 

Salisbury — Klumac Cotton Mills, Inc. : W. F. 
McCanless. 

Salisbury — Marsh Cotton Mill, Inc.: F. J. 
Murdock. 

Salisbury — Rowan Cotton Mills Co. : A. E. 
Davis. 

Salisbury— The Salisbury Cotton Mills: O. D. 
Davis. 

Salisbury — Vance Cotton Mills, Inc. : E. B. 
Neave, Treas. 

Tuckertown— Nancy Mill: W. T. Busby. 

RUTHERFORD 

Caroleen— The Henrietta Mills: K. S. Tan- 
ner. 

Cliffside— Cliffside Mills: Z. O. Jenkins. 

Forest City — Alexander Mfg. Co. : J. R. 
Moore. 

Forest City — The Florence Mills: D. D. Lit- 
tle. 

Henrietta — Haynes Mill: Z. O. Jenkins. 

Rutherfordton— The Cleghorn Mills: K. S. 
Tanner. 

Rutherfordton— Grace Cotton Mill Co. : B. 
J. Dobbins. 

Spindale— The Elmore Co.: S. E. Elmore. 

Spindale — The Spencer Mill Co. : K. S. 
Tanner. 

Spindale— The Spindale Mills Co.: K. S. 
Tanner. 

Spindale — Stonecutter Mills Co. : K. S. Tan- 
ner. 

SCOTLAND 

Laurel Hill — Morgan Cotton Mills, Inc. : J. 
D. Phillips. 

Laurinburg — Dickerson Cotton Mills: D. T. 
Blue. 

Laurinburg — Prince Cotton Mills Co. : D. T. 
Blue. 

Laurinburg — Scotland Cotton Mills: D. 'I'. 
Blue. 

Laurinburg — Waverly Cotton Mills: D. T. 
Blue. 

STANLY 

Albemarle— Efird Mfg. Co. : H. L. Horton. 

Albemarle — Wiscassett Mills Co. : M. A. 
Boger. 

Norwood— Norwood Mfg. Co. : J. F. Shinn. 

Oakboro — Oakboro Cotton Mills Co. : F. W. 
Biggers. 

SURRY 

Mount Airy— Laurel Bluff Cotton Mills: R. 
A. Love. 

TRANSYLVANIA 

Brevard— Brevard Cotton Mills: W. C. Cleve- 
land. 

UNION 

Monroe — Bearskin Cotton Mills, Inc. : E. C. 
Carpenter. 

Monroe — Everett Cotton Mills: C. C. Stokes 

Monroe — Icemorle Cotton Mills Co. : C. C. 
Stokes. 

Monroe — Standard Cotton Mills, Inc. : R. C. 
Jones. 

Waxhaw— Rodman-Heath Cotton Mills: Mrs. 
J. L. Rodman. 

VANCE 

Henderson — Harriet Cotton Mills: A. A. Zol- 
licoffer. 



KNITTING MILLS 



67 



Henderson — Henderson Cotton Mills: A. A. 
Zollicoffer. 

WAKE 

Neuse — Neuse Mfg. Co. : Kenneth Gant. 
• Raleigh— Carateigh Mills Co.: Will D. 
Briggs. 

Raleigh — Consolidated Textile Corp., Pilot 
Div. : Sherburne Prescott. 

Raleigh — Raleigh Cotton Mills: J. P. Mars- 
den. Jr. 

Wake Forest— Royall Cotton Mills: R. K. 
Royall. 

WARREN 

Warrenton— Peck Mfg. Co. : R. T. 



Co. 



Watson. 
P. L 



WAYNE 

Goldsboro — The Borden Mfg. 
Borden. 

WILKES 

Ronda — Ronda Cotton Mills, Inc. 
Foote. 

N. Wilkesboro — Grier Cotton Mills 
Grier. 

N. Wilkesboro — Roaring River Yarn Mills: R. 
D. Grier. 

WILSON 

Wilson— Wilson Cotton Mills Co.: F. L. Carr. 



A. 
R. 



Woolen Mills 



There are seven mills in the State. These 
mills use 8,726 spindles, 438 looms, 42 cards, 
and 4 knitting machines. The approximate 
amount of raw material used is 3,815,500 
pounds. The estimated value of the yearly 
output is $3,636,771. 

ASHE 

Helton — Helton Woolen Mills Co. : Partner- 
ship. 

CALDWELL 
Patterson — Yadkin Woolen Mills: John R. 
Hagaman. 

CATAWBA 
Newton — Newton Woolen Mills: A. B. Kuhn. 



FORSYTH AND SURRY 
Winston- Salem and Elkiu — Chatham Mfg. 
Co. : Thurman Chatham. 

MECKLENBURG 
Charlotte — Leakesville Woolen Mills: J. D. 
Taylor. 

ROCKINGHAM 
Spray — Spray Woolen Mills: William Ste- 
phenson, Supt. 

SURRY 
Mount Airy — Alpine Woolen Mills: J. T. 
Monday. 

Elkin— Chatham Mfg. Co.: Thurmond 
Chatham. 



Silk Mills 



Three silk milles; capital invested, $2,006,- 
000; 42,700 spindles; 597 looms; 874 employes. 
Raw material used, 217,916 pounds. Value 
yearly output, $1,410,000. 

ANSON 
Wadesoro — Singleton Silk Mfg. Co. : Russell 
Murray. 

CUMBERLAND 
Fayetteville — Hawthorne Silk Co. : (Branch 
of Patterson, N. J.) 

GUILFORD 
High Point — Stehli Silks Corporation: C. M. 
Barlow. 



Cordage Mills 



Three Cordage mills; capital invested, $447, 
300; value of yearly output, $740,000; em 
ployes, 86. 

CALDWELL 
Granie Falls — Granie Cordage Co. 
Shuford. 

CATAWBA 
Hickory — Highland Cordage Co. : 
Shuford. 

BURKE 
Icard — Icard Cordage Co. : S. S. 



A. Alax. 
A. Alex. 
Short 



Knitting Mills 



Total number of mills, 142, capital author- 
ized and employed, $34,786,500, Value of year- 
ly output, $27,352,354. Raw material used, 31.- 
038.470 pounds. Number of spindles, 222,037 ; 
knitting machines, 19.005; sewing machines 
2,375; total number employed, 12,564. 

(When not otherwise designated, the name 
given is the secretary or treasurer. ) 

ALAMANCE 

Alamance Hosiery Mills: Partner- 



Burlingon— 
ship. 

Burlington- 
M. Frown. 

Burlington- 
Black. 

Burlington- 
ship. 

Burlington- 
May. 

Burlington- 
Sellers, Mgr. 

Burlington- 
Shoffner. 

Burlington 
Whitehead. 



-Brown Hosiery Mills, Inc. : W. 
-Graham Hosiery Mills: J. E. 
-Juvenile Hosiery Mill: Partner - 
-May Hosiery Mills, Inc. : B. V. 
-Sellers Hosiery Mills: D. E. 
-Standard Hosiery Mill: John 
-Whitehead Hosiery Mills: R. H. 



Gihsonvlllc — Glbsonville Hosiery Mills Co.: 
A 1!. Owen. 

Haw River— Chlldrey Hosiery Mills: W. II 
Chlldrey, owner. 

Haw River — Max Lielierniau, [nc 1 N ' 
Cable. 

Haw River — Riverside Hosiery Mills, [no I 
R. k. Lasley 

Mebant — Durham Hosiery Mills. v> s A 
H. Carr. 

BUNCOMBE 

Asheville— Asbeville Knitting Mill- w 1 

Frazler. 

BURKE 

Drexel Drexe] Knitting Ml Co it " 
Huffman. 
Hllderbran- J. a Cline a Boi C \ 

('line 

[card Fni/ier M-- lerj Mills W > Fra- 
/ier. Proprietor. 

[card Highway Knitting Mills: W I 
zer. 

Morganton i Ian ou Knitting Mil] I 
i> Alexander. 



6S 



KXITTIN G MILLS 



E. W. 
J. A. 
L. S. 
W. T. 
L. H. 



Morganton— Vandois Knitting Mills: A. F. 

Valdl e Liberty H ierj Mills': a. V. Garrou. 

Valdese- Martinat Hosiery Mills: Henry F. 
Martinat. 

Valdese Pauline Knitting Mills — a. i. 

Garrou. , ., 

Valdese- Waldensian Hosiery Mill: A. a. 

Carrou. 

CABARRUS 

Concord— G. If. Y. Hosiery Co.: J. F. 
Goodman. 
C ord Hoover Hosiery Co.: A. R Hoovei. 

CALDWELL 

Collettsville — Collettsville Hosiery Mills: J. 
i , Gri 

CARTERET 

Beaufort— Orion Knitting Mills: J. F. Tay- 
lor. 

CATAWBA 

Clan moot — Claremont Hosiery Mills: L. H. 
Phillips. - ... 

Hickory- --The T.est Hosiery Mills, Inc.: W. 
L. Hollar. 

Hickory— Elliott Knitting Mills: E. Lyerty 

Hickory— Hickory Hosiery Mills Inc. 
Walton. 

Hickory— Highland Knitting Mills: 
Reitzel. 

Hickory— The Keal Knitting Mills 
Grove, Proprietor. 

Hickory— Taylor Knitting Mills, Inc 
Taylor. 

Newton— Fidelity Hosiery Mills Co. 
Phillips. 

Newton— J. R. G. Hosiery Co.: J. R. Gaither, 

Newton— Ridgeview Hosiery Mill Co.: J. A 
Gaither. 

CHATHAM 

Siler City— Siler City Hosiery Mills: L. L 
Wrenn. 

CHOWAN 

Edenton — Edenton Hosiery Mills: W. A. Leg- 
gett, President. 

CLEVELAND 

Boiling Springs — Winner Mills, Inc. : A. B 
II ..Hand. 

Shelby— Blanch Hosiery Mills: W G. Mc 
Brayer, Proprietor. 

Shelby— Janet Hosiery Mills: A. 
torious. Proprietor. 

Shelby— Shelby Hosiery Mills Co 

Hull. 

CUMBERLAND 

Fayetteville — Holt- Williamson Mfg. 
A. McEachern. 

DAVIDSON 

Lexington— Shoaf-Sink Mill Co.: T 

Thomasville— Ragan Knitting Co. 
Ragan. 

Thomasville — Thomasville Knitting Co. : E 
W. Finch. 

DURHAM 

Durham— Chatham Knitting Mills Co.: W. T 
Cole 

Durham — Durham Hosiery Mill, No. 1 
F. Carr. 

Durham— Durham Hosiery Mill. No 2 
F. Carr. 

Durham — Durham Hosiery Mill, No. 6 
F. Carr. 

Durham— Golden Belt Mfg. Co.: C 
Moore. 

Durham — North State Knitting Mills Co. 
W. .1. Berry. 

Durham— John O'Daniel Hosiery Mill, Inc. 
A. H. Carr. 

Ea=t Durham— Knit Well Hosiery Mills, Inc. 
If. H. Mullen. 



Y. Vic- 
: L. M. 

Co. : A. 



L. Sink 
A. H. 



East Durham — Louise Knitting Mills Co.: K. 
C. Stone. 

West Durham— Tar Heel Hosiery Mills: W. 
p. Carr. 

EDGECOMBE 

Tarboro — Panola Knitting Co.: C. W. 
Jeffreys, Proprietoi 

Tarboro — Runnymede Mills, Inc., No. 1: W. 
VV. Ruffln. 

Tarboro— Runnymede Mills, Inc.: No. 2: W. 
W. Ruffln. 

Tarboro— Tarboro Knitting Co.: C. W. 
Jeffreys. 

FORSYTH ' 

Kernersville — American Hosiery Mills: J. G. 
Kernel'. 

Kernersville — Kernersville Knitting Cu. : II. A. 
Mills. 

Kernersville — Vance Knitting Co.: .las. i. 
Griffith. 

Winston-Salem— Carolina Mills Co.: F. D. 
Tillotson. 

Winston-Salem — Hanes Hosiery Mills Co.: 
.T. N. Weeks. 

Winston-Salem— P. H. Hanes Knitting Co.: 
I'. H. Hanes. Jr. 

Winston-Salem— Indera Mills Co.: J. L. Ker- 

gin. 

Winston-Salem— The Maline Mills: \\ . L. 
Siewers. 

FRANKLIN 

Franklinton-^Frauklintnn Hosiery Mills: C. 
L. McGhee. 

GASTON 

Cherryville — Josephine Knitting Mills: D. R. 
Mauney. 

Gastonia— Patrick Knitting Co.: L. N. 
Patrick. Proprietor. 

Lowell— Eureka Hosiery Mills: T. D. Phil- 
lip-. 

GRANVILLE 

Creedmoor — Granville Hosiery Mills Co. 
J. Boddie. 

Oxford— Hemshaw Hosiery Mills: H. 
Shaw, Proprietor. 

GUILFORD 

High Point — Amos Hosiery Mills: R 
Amos, Mgr. 

High Point— Commonwealth Hosiery Mills: 
E. W. Freezer. 

High Point — Crown Hosiery Mills: G. H. 
Kearns. 

High Point— Dillion-Vitt Underwear Co.: P. 
M. Dillon. 

High Point — Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 3: 
A. H. Carr. 

High Point— Guilford Hosiery Mills: T. A. 
Kearns. 

High Point — Harris & Covington Hosiery- 
Mill: W. C. Covington. 

High Point — High Point Hosiery Mills: II 
A. Millis. 

High Point— Piedmont Mills Co. : J. E. 
Millis. 

High Point— Royal Hosiery Mills: J. W. 
Kearns:. 

High Foint— Slane Hosiery Mills: W. H. 
Slane. Proprietor. 

High Point — Whittington Hosiery Mill: J. K. 
Hayes. 

HALIFAX 

Enfield— Enfield Hosiery Mills Co.: L. D. 
Tucker. 

Scotland Neck— Roanoke Hosiery Co.: Henr> 
T. Clark. 

Scotland Neck Cotton Mills: Henry T 
Clark. 

Weldon— Weldon Cotton Mfg. Co.: W. A 
Pierce. 



N. 

M. 

T. 



KNITTTNG MILLS 



HARNETT 

Dunn — Durham Hosiery Mill: S. 1".. Fit 
rell, Mgr. 

HAYWOOD 

Canton — Crescent Mfg. Co. : W. \V. Lan- 
caster. 

Waynesville — Crescent Hosiery Co. : F. A. 
Cherry. 

HENDERSON 

East Flat Rock — The Skyland Hosiery Co. : 
E H. Wells. 

Hendersonville — Freeze Bacon Hosiery Mill: 
R. F. Freeze. 

Hendersonville — Grey Hosiery Mills: R. M 
Oates, President. 

Hendersonville — Ilai kins. Hammock, Whit- 
lock Co., Inc.: G. T. Whitlock. 

IREDELL 

Statesville— Hall Hosiery Co.: W. F. Hall, 
Jr. 

Statesville — Queen Knitting Mills: R. C. 
Bunch. 

Statesville — Walton Hosiery Mills: J. Wal- 
ton. St., and Jr. 

LEE 

.Toneshoro — Louise Knitting Mills Co. : K. C. 
Stone. 

LENOIR 

Kinston— Orion Knitting Mills: J. F. Tay- 
lor. 

Mcdowell 

Marion— Elizabeth James Mills: C. F. James, 
Proprietor. 

Marion — McDowell Mills Co. : C. F. James, 
President. 

Marion — Marion Knitting Mills: F. G. Neal. 

MECKLENBURG 

Charlotte — Charlotte Knitting Co. : J. H. Mc- 
Erwin. 

MONTGOMERY 
Troy — Troy Knitting Mill Co. : Barna Allen. 

MOORE 

Cameron— Regal Hosiery Mills Co.: Charles 
('. Jones. 

Carthage — Bismarck Hosiery Mills: W. II 
Currie. 

NASH 
Rocky Mount — Rocky Mount Hosiery Co \ 
M. Burt. 

NEW HANOVER 
Wilmington — Wilmington Hosiery Mills: It 
B. ('aider. 

ORANGE 
Carrboro — Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 1 and 
7: Branch Durham Hosiery Mills. 

Efland— Efland Hosiery Mills: J. F. Bfland. 

PASQUOTANK 

Elizabeth City— Elizabeth City II I 

G. F. Seyffert. 

Elizabeth City— Ideal Hosiery Co . tnc 
i inn- <; Davis. 

Elizabeh city Pasquotank Hosier; Co.: vf. 
If. Jennings. 

Elizabeth City*— Standard Mfg. Co.: H W. 
Morris. 'lie 

PENDER 

Atkinson — Atkinson Hosiery Mill-, i'ii E 
A. 1 1 awes. Jr. 

PITT 
Greenville— Greenville Hosiery Mills: n T 
Clark 

POLK 
Tryon — Tryon Hosiery Mfg. Co.: Henrj Braj 



I RANDOLPH 

- A.-lh'l oin Acme Hosier] Ml D B M 

Crary. 

A-li.'ihiiM Asheboro II- N. M 

l 'laiilniil 

Randleman — Randleman Hosiers M 

A. X. Lulla. 

Staley— Staley Hosiery Mill Co C M 
Staley. 

RICHMOND 

Ellerbe — Ellerbe Knitting Mills: ]'.. 11. Par 
low. 

ROCKINGHAM 
Leakesville — Carolina Cotton and w 

Mill Co.: E. Ii. Piti 
Mayodan Washington Mills (Maj 'i 

A. H. Bohnson. 

RUTHERFORD 

Spiudalc — Parsley Tanner, Inc. : I". E 
Moran. 

STANLY 

Albemarle — Lillian Knitting Mills Co A I.. 
Patterson. 

Albemarle — Wiscassett Mills Co. : M A 
Boger. 

SURRY 
Mount Airy — Renfro Ho Lery W I I 

Barber. 

UNION 
Monroe — Iceman Knittit Mill I 
I'oyner. 

VANCE 
Henderson — Henderson II Co V7. \ 

Hunt. 

WAKE 
Holly Springs Crystal Hosiery Mill: K. v. 
Collins. 

Raleigh— Glenu 1 Knitting Mill: W. E. 

Ratcliff. Mgr. 

Raleigh Melrose Knitting Mills Co.: 
Parker. 

Wendell- Wendell Hosiery Mill Co.: M. a 
Griffin. 

WAYNE 
Goldsboro — Durham Hosiery Mills, v 
\V. F. Carr. 

WILKES 
North Wilkeshoro — Wilkes Hosiery Mills C 
.1. X Weeks. 

WILSON 
Wilson — Wilson Knitting Mills. Inc.: C W. 
Jeffreys. 



Legal Holidays in North 
Carolina 

January 1 — New Year's Day. 
i i ".ir\- in Lei ' - Blrthdaj 
i I ruary 22 Washington's Birth 
A|.i il 12 Ai of the 

d by the ■" • 

in 1778, Instructing the 
North Carolina delegates in the Continental 
Congress to rota foi 
dence 
May in Confederate m 
\i .r M 

pendi 
Jul; 

' i 
Noveml er [Tuesds M 

Eli .-t i , .i : Das 
Voveml er 11— A ! 

November (last Thu 

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FURNITURE FACTORIES 



Furniture Factories 



B. F. War- 
J. S. Vin- 
J. S. 



Number of factories, 107 ; capial invested, 
$6,526,102; value of plants, $8,384,530; value 
yearly output, $30,288,761. Employes in furni- 
ture factories In the State, 8,697. 

(When not otherwise designated, name given 
is secretary or treasurer. ) 

ALAMANCE 

Mebane — Mebane Bedding Co. : 
ren. 

Mebane — Mebane Iron Bed Co 
cent. 

Mebane — The White Furniture Co 
White. 

BUNCOMBE 

Asheville — Carolina Wood Products Co. : H. 
R. Browne. 

Asheville — C. H. Reeves: C. H. Reeves, 
Owner. 

BURKE 

Drexel — Drexel Furniture Co. 

Morganton — Morganton Furniture Co. : O. W. 
Slane and A. C. Chaffee, Owners. 

CALDWELL 

Granite Falls— Warlick & Sherrill Co. : D. 
H. Warlick. 

Lenoir — Barnhardt Chair Co. : G. H. Barn- 
hardt. 

Lenoir — Caldwell Furniture Co., Inc.: L. H 
Wall. 

Lenoir — Harper Furniture Co. 

Lenoir — Kent-Coffey Manufacturing Co. : W. 
L. Minish. 

Lenoir— Lenoir Chair Manufacturing Co. : 
S. S. Jennings. 

Lenoir — Lenoir Furniture Corporation: R. S. 
Crisp. 

CATAWBA 

Hickory — Hickory Chair Manufacturing Co. : 
George Bailey. 

Hickory — Hickory Furniture Co. : George W. 
Hall. 

Hickory — Martin Furniture Co. : William 
Cox. 

Hickory — Southern Desk Co. : G. F. Ivey. 

CHATHAM 

Siler City— Chatham Chair Mfg. Co.: R. G. 
Edwards. 

Siler City— High Point Bending and Chair 
Co.: C. F. Andrews. 

CHEROKEE 

Murphy— The Valley River Lumber Co. : 
S. Woodbury. 

DAVIDSON 

Denton — Denton Chair Co. : O. T. Leonard. 

Lexington — Dixie Furniture Co. : W. F. 
Sparger. 

Lexington— Elk Furniture Co. : J. L. Gali- 
more. 

Lexington— Hoover Chair Co. : Charles M. 
Hoover. 

Lexington — Lexington Chair Co. : Geo. L. 
Hackney, Owner. 

Lexington — Lexington Upholstery Co. : Mr. 
and Mrs. L. J. Peacock, Owners. 

Lexington — Piedmont Mirror Co. 

Lexington — Southern Upholstery Co. : J. C. 
Grimes. 

Thomasville — Lambeth Furniture Co. : J. W. 
Lambeth, Jr. 

Thomasville— Standard Chair Co. : F. S. 
Lambeth. 

Thomasville — Thomasville Chair Co. : S. A. 
Finch. 



Thomasville — Thomasville Furniture Co. : 
John R. Myers. 

DAVIE 

Mocksville — Hanes Chair and Table Co. : J, 
S. Hanes. 

DURHAM 

Durham — Western Feather Co. : J. H. 
Rutledge. 

FORSYTH 

Kernersville — Kernersville Furniture Co. : M. 
Vance Fulp. 

Kernersville— Ring Furniture Co. : M. V. 
Fulp. 

Winston-Salem — Forsyth Chair Co.: M. B. 
Cash. 

Winston-Salem — Forsyth Dining-room Furni- 
ture Co. : Robert A. McCuiston. 

Winston-Salem — Forsyth Manufacturing Co.: 
W. C. Greenwood. 

Winston-Salem — B. F. Huntley Furniture 
Co. : M. G. Stockton. 

GUILFORD 

Gibsonville — Overman Chair Co. : C. W. 
Overman. 

Greensboro — Standard Table Co. : C. D. 
Kellenberger. 

Greensboro — Sterling Furniture Co. : Emory 
C. Fox. 

High Point — Alma Furniture Co. : C. E. 
Hayworth. 

High Point — Barnes Manufacturing Co. : P. 
W. Hutcheson. 

High Point — Climax Upholstering Co. : W. 
H. Davis. 

High Point — The Continental Furniture Co. : 
Lillian J. Massey. 

High Point — Dalton Furniture Co.: R. B. 
Terry, Owner. 

High Point— Fred Ecker, (Ind. ) 

High Point — J. F. and Arthur Ellison: 
Arthur Ellison. 

High Point — Ellison Furniture Co. : 0. H. 
Ellison. 

High Point — Giant Furniture Co. : J. E. 
Kirkman. 

High Point— Globe Parlor Furniture Co. : 
T. D. Gilliam. 

High Point — High Point Furniture Co. : 
M. J. Renn, Owner. 

High Point— High Point Metallic Bed Co.: 
C L. Wheeler. 

High Point — Ideal Table Co. : J. M. Sals- 
bury. 

High Point — Kearns Furniture Co. : O. E. 
Kearns. 

High Point — Knox Upholstery Co. : J. 
Vassee Wilson. 

High Point — Keystone Cabinet Co. : William 
Tate. 

High Point — J. A. Lindsay. 

High Point — Marsh Furniture Co.: J. E. 
Marsh, Sr. 

High Point — Mattocks Furniture Co. : C. B. 
Mattocks, Owner. 

High Point— Melton Rhodes Co.: E. N. 
England. 

High Point — Myrtle Desk Co. : E. N. 
Fraser. 

High Point — National L T pholstery Co. : J. W. 
Poplin, Proprietor. 

High Point — Rickel Furniture Manufactur- 
ing Co. : A. J. Rickel, Owner. 

High Point — Southern Chair Co. : S. L. 
Davis. 

High Point— Tate Furniture Co. : A. E. 
Tate. 



NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS 



High Point — Tomlinson Chair Manufactur- 
ing Co. : C. F. Tomlinson. 

High Point — Union Frame Co. : W. B. Kirk- 
man. 

High Point — Union Furniture Co. : F. A. 
Thomas. 

High Point— Welch Furniture Co.: F. W. 
Harress. 

High Point — Wrenn Columbia Furniture 
Co.: R. H. Shaw, Jr., Manager. 

.lulian — Johnson Chair Co.: W. R. Bow- 
man. 

HARNETT 

Dunn — Newberry Bros, and Crowell: A. L. 
Newberry. 

HAYWOOD 

Hazelwood — Unagusta Mfg. Co. : C. E. Quin- 
land. 

Hazelwood — Waynesville Furniture Co. : 
James W. Reed. 

IREDELL 

Mooresville — Mooresville Furniture Co. : R. 
W. Troutman. 

Statesville — Carolina Parlor Furniture Co. : 
L. S. Gilliam. 

Statesville — Imperial Furniture Mfg. Co. : 
C. E. Keiger. 

Statesville— O. W. Slane Glass Co. : Fred 
T. Slane. 

Statesville — Statesville Furniture Co. : J. S. 
Shelton. 

LEE 

Sanford— Fitts-Crabtree Mfg. Co. : W. H. 
Fitts. 

Mcdowell 

Marion — Blue Ridge Furniture Co. : F. M. 
Huffman. 

Marion — Catawba Furniture Co. : T. F. 
Wrenn. 

Marion — Drexel Furniture Co. No. 2: Byron 
Conley. 

Marion — McDowell Furniture Co. : L. G. 
Cutlar. 



MECKLENBURG 
Charlotte — H. M. Wade Manufacturing I 

RANDOLPH 

Asheboro — Asheboro Chair Co.: J () Redding 

Asheboro — Piedmont Chair Co.: W. C. Pagl 

Asheboro — Randolph Chair Co.: C. C. Cran- 
ford. Owner. 

Liberty — Liberty Chair Co.: Jas. H. John- 
son, Owner. 

Ramseur — Moffit Manufacturing Co. : J. C. 
Moffit. 

Ramseur — Ramseur Furniture Co. : E. C. 
Watkins. 

STANLY 

Albemarle — Albemarle Cabinet Co. : C. W. 
Russell. 

STOKES 

King — King Manufacturing Co. : J. L. 
Christian. 

SURRY 

Elkin— Elkin Furniture Co.: R. L. Hub- 
bard. 

Mount Airy — Foy Lumber Mfg. Co. : E. C. 
Foy. 

Mount Airy — Mount Airy Furniture Co. : 
Partnership. 

Mount Airy — Mount Airy Mantel and Table 
Co. : Calvin Graves. 

Mount Airy — National Furniture Co.: A K 
Smith. 

WAKE 

Raleigh— H. S. Storr Co.: Bernard Crocker. 

WAYNE 

Goldsboro — Goldsboro Furniture Co. : I. C 
Lane. 

WILKES 

N. Wilkesboro — Forest Furniture Co. : J. R. 
Finley. 

N. Wilkesboro— Home Chair Co.: J II. 
McNeil. 

N. Wilkesboro — Oak Furniture Co.: J. 11 
Johnson. 



Newspapers and Editors 



ALAMANCE 

Burlington — Burlington Journal . (Weekly) — 
J. R. Hoffman. 

Burlington — Christian Sun (Weekly) — C. B. 
Riddle. 

Burlington — Burlington Daily News (Evening, 
daily except Sunday.) — O. F. Crowson. 

Burlington — Burlington News (Semi -Weekly) 
— O. F. Crowson. 

Graham — Alamance Gleaner (Weekly) — J. D. 
Kernodle. 

ALEXANDER 
Taylorsville — The Times (Weekly) — A. P. 
Edwards. 

ALLEGHANY 
Sparta— Alleghany Star (Weekly)— F. A. 
Wrench. 

ANSON 
Morven — Morven Sentinel (Weekly) — G. J. 
Watson. 

Wadeshoro — Messenger ami Intelligencer 
(Weekly)— R. B. Boylin. 

ASHE 

West Jefferson — Asho Recorder (Weekly) — 
W. C. Johnson. 

AVERY 

Elk Part— Elk Park News (Weekly)— Hall 
H. Brinkley. 



BEAUFORT 
Belhaven — Belhaven Journal (Weekly M 
I!. Conner. 

Washington— Beaufort Counts Record " 
ly) — J. J. Johnston. 

Washington— Dally News (Evenlm D 
.1 a Osborne. 
Washington— Washington Progress (Weekly) 
W K. Jacobson. 

BERTIE 
Aulander The Aulander Advance (Wi 
—A. s Sim 

Win.! oi VI Indsor T ^ ■ . I .- ■ - (W • .•;.(■. I— J h 
Mathews. 

BLADEN 
Clarkton Bladei Journal i\\ i i C 

.iiilmston. 

BRUNSWICK 

Shallotte Shallotte News (Weekly) W it 
Holmes. 

BUNCOMBE 

Ashet Ule Advocate (Weekfc I \ u B 

\ h, ■. i :. \ i. i lie I I N i 

el tries B Bol In ion, 

\ bevllle ksherilli I renlng, D - 

D li Ban 

Ashevllle New Te itamenl Christian I M 
ly) Lucius B Compton. 

I | Out Ho intaln Wort ' N ' 

it P Smith 



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NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS 



Oteen— Oteen Echo (Weekly)— Charles -A. 
Sloane. 

BURKE 

Morganton— Deaf Carolinian (Weekly)— W. 
M Shuford. 

Morganton— The News Herald (Weekly)— Miss 
Beatrice Cobb. 

Valdese— The Enterprise (Weekly)— L. Ber- 
gen Bollinger. 

CABARRUS 

Concord— Concord Daily Tribune (Evening) 

J; B. Sherrill. 

Concord- The Concord Observer (Weekly)— 
G. Ed. Kestler. 

Concord— The Concord Times (Semi-Weekly) 
—J. B. Sherrill. 

Concord— Uplift (Weekly)— J. P. Cook. 

Kannapolis— The Kannapolis Star (Weekly) 
— G. Ed. Kestler. 

CALDWELL 

Granite Falls— Granite Falls News (Weekly) 
— Felix A. Grisette. 

Lenoir— Lenoir News-Topic (Weekly)— Fred 
It. May. 

CARTERET 

Beaufort— -Beaufort News (Weekly I— W. G. 
Mebane. 

Morehead City — Coaster (Semi-Weekly) — 
Robert T. Wade. 

CASWELL 

Yanceyville — Caswell Democrat (Weekly)— 
A. Y. Kerr. 

CATAWBA 

Hickory — Daily Record (Evening) — S. H. 
Farabee. 

Hickory — Reformed Church Sandard (Semi- 
Monthly)— W. W. Rowe. 

Hickory — Times-Mercury (Weekly) — John M. 
Mullen. 

Newton — ■ Catawba Lutheran (Monthly) — 
Rev. A. R. Beck. 

Newton — Catawba News-Enterprise (Semi- 
Weekly)— C. H. Mebane. 

CHATHAM 

Pittsboro — The Chatham Record (Weekly) — 
Conlin G. Shaw. 

Siler City— The Weekly Herald (Weekly)— 
Conlin G. Shaw. 

CHEROKEE 

Andrews — Tri-County News (Weekly)— George 
W. Kimsey. 

Murphy— Cherokee Scout (Weekly)— Bryan 
\V. Sipe. 

CHOWAN 
Edenton — Albemarle Observer (Weekly) — H. 
L. Story. 

Edenton— Edenton News (Evening)— R. G. 
Shackell. 

CLEVELAND 
Kings Mountain — Kings Mountain Herald 
(Weekly)— G. G. Page. 

Shelby— The Highlander and Shelby News 
(Weekly)— B. H. DePriest. 

Shelby — Star (Semi-Weekly) — Lee B. Weath- 
ers. 

COLUMBUS 
Whiteville— News Reporter (Weekly)— W. B. 
Keziah. 

CRAVEN 
New Pern — The New Bernian (Morning) — 
J. B. Dawson. 

New Bern — Sun Journal (Evening) — J. B. 
Dawson. 

CUMBERLAND 
Falcon — The Apostolic Evangel (Semi- 
Monthly)— J. A. Culbreth. 



Fayeitevilk — Fayetteville Observer (Evening I 
— George Myrover. 

DAVIDSON 
Lexington — The Dispatch (Semi- Weekly) — 
E. E. Witherspoon. 

Thomasville — The Chairtown News (Weekly) 
— H. G. West. 

Thomasville — Charity and Children (Weekly) 
Archil aid Johnson. 

Thomasville — The. Times (Weekly)— J. T. 
Wi stmoreland. 

DAVIE 
Cooleemee — Cooleemee Journal (Weekly) — J. 
C. Sell. 

Mocksvillt — The Crusader (Monthly)— E. II 
Morri S. 

Mocksvilli — The Davie Record (Weekly)— C. 
Frank Strand. 

Mocksvillt — Enterprise (Weekly)— J. Minor. 
Mocksville— The Hornet (Monthly)— W. Hen- 
ry Davis. 

DUPLIN 
Rose Hill — Duplin-Pender Enterprise (Week- 
ly)— R. L. Carr. 

Warsaw — Duplin Record (Weekly) — R. S. 
Taylor. 

DURHAM 
Durham— Durham Morning Herald (Morn- 
ing) — W. N Keener. 

Durham— Durham Sun (Evening)— W. W. 
Weaver. 

Durham— South Atlantic Quarterly (Quar- 
terly) — W. H. Wannamaker and W. K. Byrd. 
Durham— Trinity Alumni Register (Quarter- 
ly)— Holland Holton. 

Durham— Trinity Chronicle (Weekly)— Wil- 
liam H. Lander. 

EDGECOMBE 

Tarboro — The Southerner (Evening) — Paul 
Jones. 

FORSYTH 

Winston-Salem — Alumnae Record (Monthly) 
— Salem College. 

Winston-Salem — Blums Farmers and Plant- 
ers Almanac (Annually)— J. B. Goslen. 

Winston-Salem — Junior Order Journal 

(Monthly)— L. D Mendenhall. 

Winston-Salem — Orphan Home Herald 
(Monthly)— Mrs. L. R. Poindexter. 

Winston-Salem — Southern Tobacco Journal 
(Weekly)— G. E. Webb. 

Winston-Salem— Twin-City Sentinel (Eve- 
ning) — Henry R. Dwire. 

Winston-Salem— The Union Republican 

(Weekly)— J. B. Goslin 

Winston-Salem — Winston - Salem Journal 
(Morning) — Santford Martin. 

Winston-Salem— Winston-Salem News (Seim- 
Monthly) — City High School. 

Winston- Salem— Western Sentinel (Semi- 
Weekly)— J. G, Sterling. 

FRANKLIN 

Franklinton — Missionary Herald - Christian 
Star (Monthly)— J. A Henderson. 

Louisburg— Franklin Times (Weekly)— A. F. 
Johnson. 

GASTON 

Cherryville — The Eagle (Weekly)— L. H. J. 
Hauser. 

Gastonia— Daily Gazette (Evening)— H. A. 
Inery. 

Gastonia— The Gaston Times (Semi-Weekly) 
— H. I. Slate. 

GRANVILLE 

Creedmoor — Times-News (Weekly) — John E. 
Hart. 



NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS 



Oxford — Orphan's Friend and Masonic 
Journal (Weekly) — P. W. Pinnix. 

Oxford — Public Ledger (Semi-Weekly) — Dan 
A Coble. 

GREENE 

Snow Hill— Square Deal (Weekly)— G. A. 
.1 s. 

Snow Hill — Standard Laconic (Weekly) — J. 
E. Debnam. 

GUILFORD 

Greensboro — Alumnas News (Quarterly) — 
Ethel C. Bollinger. 

Greensboro — Apostolic Missionary (Monthly) 
— S. S. Nelson. 

Greensboro — Community Progress (Semi- 
Monthly) — E. C. Lindeman. 

Greensboro — The Carreddi (Quarterly) — Vir- 
ginia Wood. 

Greensboro — Greensboro Daily News — (Morn- 
ing) Earl Godfrey. 

Greensboro — Greensboro Daily Record (Eve- 
ning) — Max Abernethy. 

Greensboro — The Greensboro Patriot (Semi- 
Weekly)— G. G. Dickson. 

Greensboro — Methodist Protestant Herald 
Weekly)— J. F. McCulloch. 

Greensboro — North Carolina Christian Advo- 
cate (Weekly)— A. W. Plyler. 

Guilford College — Friends Messenger (Month 
ly) — Robert H. Dunn. 

Guilford College— The Guilfordian (\\ 
— J. S. Taylor. Jr. 

High Point— The High Pointer (Weekly)— 
L. C. Ferguson. 

High Point — The High Point Enterprise 
(Evening) — C. T. Dickerson. 

High Point — High Point News (Weekly) — 
J. J. Farriss. 

High Point— The Review (Weekly)— W. L. 
Stanley. 

High Point — Southern Furniture Journal 
(Monthly) — H. W. Kronheimer. 

HALIFAX 

Enfield— The Progress (Weekly)— Then. M. 
Cooper. 

Roanoke Rapids — Roanoke Rapids Herald 
(Weekly)— J. T. Stainback. 

Scotland Neck — Commonwealth (Evening)— 
W. R. Lindsey. 

Weldon — Roanoke News (Weekly) — J. W 
Sledge. 

HARNETT 

Dunn — The Dunn Dispatch (Semi- Weekly)— 
L. Bushee Pope. 

Lillington — Harnett ('.unity News (Weekly 1 
— Henderson Steele. 

HAYWOOD 

Canton — Canton Enterprise (Weekly) — D. A. 
Price. 

Waynesville — Mountaineer Courier (Weekly) 
— 3. D. Boone. 

HENDERSON 

Hendersonvilli — The HendersonTllle News 
(Semi-Weekly)— Noah HollowelL 

Hendersonville Western North Carolina 
Times (Semi-Weekly) W. S. Surratt. 

HERTFORD 

Ahoskie — Hertford County Journal (Weekly) 
— James S. Vinson 

HOKE 

Raeford— Hoke County Journal (Weekly) D. 
S. Poole. 

IREDELL 
Mooresville The Enterprise (Weekly) 

p. Deaton 
Statesville The Landmark (Seml Weekly) 

Pegram A Bryant 



States! illi 'l he Stati i i 

— Pegram A. Bryant. 

Stat' itesville S 

ly) — J. L. Ci 

JACKSON 

Sylva— Jack on County Journal (Wei 
Dan Tompkins. 

JOHNSTON 

Benson- -Bensi El B 

Benton. 

Benson — Eastern News (Weekly) I. 
er. 

Clayton The Clayton Nev W B 

Penn. 

Selma The Johnstonian (Weekly)— W. II. 
Kinch. 

Smithfleld— The Smithfleld Herald 
w eeklj l Mrs T .1 La isiter. 

Smithfleld— The Smithfleld Obsen 
Weekly) -John R. Morris. 

LEE 

Sanford Bxpre i (Week D l 31 Clair. 

Sanford Carolina Banner (Semi-Weekly) — 
E. L. Howard. 

LENOIR 

Kinston Free Will Bapl 
Jy)— 3. W. C. Smith. 

Kin-ton — Kinson Free Press (Evenlni 
Gait Rraxton. 

Kinston Morning News (Morning) C i 
Carroll. 

LaGrange — LaGrange Lenorian (WeeH 
T Meares. 

LINCOLN 

Lincolnton — Linci I 

Weekly) — John T Perkins, 

Lincolnton— Lincolnton i mi-Weekly) 

John M. .Mullen. 

Mcdowell 
Mai ion Marion Pn gn ss (Weel - I 

Whitten. 

MACON 
Franklin— Franklin Press (Weeklj I 
ton Lyle. 

MADISON 
Marshall— News Record (Weekly) J. H 
White. 

Mars Hill The Laurel (Month 
B i and 0. S Brady. 

Mars Hill Mars II I 

(Quarterly i Mars Hill College I 

MARTIN 

Robei Watch Tower i Si ml U ntlib ' 

W. H. Mizelle, 

Robei Weekly Herald (Wi 

W. If Mizelle. 

Williams! I ; • \\ 

c. Manning. 

MECKLENBURG 

Charlotte \ \ P 

(Weeklj Rci U I m • 

ch.u i • le Newi 

I , l .in S. Miller. 

Chai Charlotl 

Ing Dailj i Wado ll li i 
Charlotte N C White Rll M 

Mi W B I 

i 

M W 

,i \\ Croi 

Charlotte Southi rn Mi dl< li 
(Montlily) m i. i 

Charl itti S iiithern Textile Bulletin 
ly) Davl 

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NEWSPAPERS AM) EDITORS 



Charlotte — The Textile Home (Weekly) — 
0. F. Armfleld. 

MITCHELL 

Bakersville — Mitchell County Banner (Week- 
ly) — J. B. Craignules. 

Spruce. Pine — Toe River Herald (Weekly) — 
Frank A. Carr. 

MONTGOMERY 

Biscoe — Mutual Farmer (Monthly) — P. N. 
Williams. 

Troy — The Montgomerian (Weekly) — A. C. 
Huneyeutt. 

MOORE 

Carthage— Moore County News (Weekly) — 
Bion H. Butler. 

Carthage — Sand Clay Times (Weekly) — D. S. 
Walner. 

Southern Pines— The Sand Hill Citizen 
(Weekly) — Hiram Westhrook. 

Vass — Vass Pilot (Weekly) — Annie K. Mc- 
Gill. 

NASH 

Nashville — The Graphic (Weekly) — M. W. 
Lincke. 

Rocky Mount — Evening Telegram (Evening) — 
J. L. Home, Jr. 

Rocky Mount— The "Voice (Weekly) — H. W. 
Townsend. 

NEW HANOVER 

Wilmington — The Dispatch (Evening) — J. 
Cruikshank. 

Wilmington — Morning Star (Morning) — 

Thomas W. Clawson. 

Wilmington — The Union Labor Record 
(Weekly) — George W. Cameron. 

NORTHAMPTON 

Jackson — Northampton Progress (Weekly) — 
W. W. Edwards. 

Rich Square — Roanoke- Chowan Times (Week- 
ly) — Andrew J. Conner. 

ONSLOW 

Jacksonville — Onslow Progress (Weekly) — 
E. I. Wood. 

ORANGE 

Chapel Hill — The Alumnae Review (Month- 
ly)— L. R. Wilson. 

Chapel Hill— Journal of the Elisha Mitchell 
Scientific Society (Quarterly) — W. C. Coker. 

Chapel Hill— The News (Weekly)— W. B. 
Thompson. 

Chapel Hill— The Tar Heel (Semi-Weekly)— 
J. J. Wade. 

Chapel Hill — University of N. C. News 
Letter (Weekly) — E. C. Branson. 

Chapel Hill— University of N. C. Record 
(Monthly)— L R. Wilson. 

Hillsboro — Orange County Enterprise (Week- 
ly) — William H. Jordan. 

PAMLICO 

Bayboro — Sentinel (Weekly — W. H. Miskell. 

PASQUOTANK 

Elizabeth City — The Daily Advance (Even- 
ing) — Herbert Peele. 

Elizabeth City— The Independent (Weekly) — 
W. O. Saunders. 

PENDER 

Burgavv — Pender Chronicle (Weekly) — T. J. 
Betts. 

PERQUIMANS 

Hertford— Hertford Herald (Weekly)— Floyd 
J. Triplett. 

PERSON 

Roxboro— The Courier (Weekly)— J. W. 
Noell. 

Roxboro — The Person County News (Weekly) 
— James II. Evans. 



PITT 

Ayden — The Dispatch (Weekly) — John C. 
Andrews. 

Ayden — Free Will Baptist (Weekly)— Rev. 
E. T. Phillips. 

Farmville — Farmville Enterprise (Weekly) — 
G. A. Rouse. 

Greenville — Daily News (Evening Daily) — 
John A. Arthur. 

Greenville — Daily Reflector (Morning Daily) 
— H. B. Utley. 

Greenville — Teachers College Quarterly 

(Quarterly) — Mamie E. Jenkins. 



POLK 

County News 



(Weekly)— C. 



Tryon— Polk 
Bush. 

RANDOLPH 

Asheborrj — The Courier (Weekly) — Mrs. W. 
C. Hammer. 

RICHMOND 

Hamlet — Hamlet News-Messenger (Weekly) — 
I. H. Hanlyn. 

Rockingham — Post-Dispatch (Weekly) — Isaac 
S. London. 

Rockingham — Selders' Weekly (Weekly) — 
A Selders. 

ROBESON 

Fairmont — Fairmont Review (Weekly) — 
W. V. Branch. 

Lumberton — The Robesonian (Semi- Weekly) 
— J. A. Sharpe. 

Maxton— Scottish Chief (Weekly)— Miss 
Myrtie Prevatte. 

Red Springs— Red Springs Citizen (Weekly) 
— Pou Creech. 

Red Springs — Red Springs Progress (Weekly) 
S. F. Thompson. 

Rowland — The Outcry (Weekly)— E. J. 
Fillman. 

St. Pauls — St. Pauls Review (Weekly) — 
J. B. Benton. 

ROCKINGHAM 

Leaksville — Trl-City Daily Gazette (Evening) 
— M. E. Murray. 

Madison — The Messenger (Weekly) — T. J. . 
Robertson. 

Reidsville — The Reidsville Review (Semi- 
Weekly) — R. J. and Manton Oliver. 

Spray — The Arrow (Weekly) — S. O. Bon- 
durant. 

ROWAN 

China Grove — China Grove Record (Weekly) 
— William H. Stewart. 

Salisbury — The Carolina Watchman (Weekly) 
—William H. Stewart. 

Salisbury — Evening Post (Evening) — J. F. 
Hurley. 

Spencer — The News (Weekly) — A. W. Hicks. 

RUTHERFORD 

Forest City — Courier (Weekly) — C. E. Alcock. 

Rutherfordton — The Sun (Weekly)— R. E. 
Price. 

SAMPSON 

Clinton — The News-Dispatch (Weekly) — A. 
L. Carlton. 

Clinton — Sampson Democrat (Weekly) — O. J. 
Piterson. 

SCOTLAND 

Laurinburg — Eastern Searchlight (Monthly) 
— E. M. McDuffie. 

Laurinburg — Laurinburg Exchange (Weekly) 
— O. L. Moore. 

STANLY 

Albemarle — Albemarle Press (Weekly) — J. D. 
Bivens. 

Albemarle — Stanly News-Herald (Semi- 
Weekly) — A. C. Huneyeutt 



NEWSPAPERS AND EDITORS 



Albemarle — The Stanly Star (Weekly)— G. 
Ed. Kestler. 

STOKES 

Danbury — Danbury Reporter (Weekly) — N. E. 
and E. P. Pepper. 

Walnut Cove — The Methodist Herald 
(Monthly)— R. F. Reynolds. 

SURRY 

Elkin— Renfro Record (Weekly)— J. H. 
Carter. 

Elkin— The Tribune (Weekly)— W. E. 
Nichols. 

Mount Airy — The Mount Airy News (Weekly) 
— J. E. Johnson. 

SWAIN 

Bryson City — Bryson City Times (Weekly) — 
Dan Tompkins. 

TRANSYLVANIA 

Brevard — Brevard News (Weekly) — William 
A. Bond. 

UNION 

Marshville — Marshville Home (Weekly) — 
J. Z. Green. 

Monroe — The Enquirer (Semi-Weekly) — Eu- 
gene Ashcraft. 

Monroe — Monroe Journal (Semi-Weekly) — 
John Beasley. 

Waxhaw — Waxhaw Enterprise (Weekly) — 
H. B. Adams. 

VANCE 

Henderson — Henderson Daily Dispatch (Even- 
ing) — Henry A. Dennis. 

Henderson — Henderson Gold Leaf (Semi- 
Weekly) — Henry A. Dennis. 

WAKE 

Apex — The Apex Journal (Weekly) — E. Grady 
Sinclair. 

Puquay Springs — Fuquay-Varina Weekly 
(Weekly) — S. S. Farabow. 

Nazareth — Our Lady's Orphan Boy (Quarter- 
ly) — Rev. George A. Woods. 

Raleigh — Agricultural Bulletin (Monthly) — 
F. H. Jeter. 

Raleigh — Agricultural Education Monthly 
(Monthly) — Board of Vocational Education. 

Raleigh — Biblical Recorder (Weekly) — Liv- 
ingston Johnson. 

Raleigh — The Carolina Churchman (Monthly) 
Rev. Henry G. Lane. 

Raleigh — Extension Farm News (Monthly) — 
F. H. Jeter. 

Raleigh— The Health Bulletin (Monthly) — 
Ronald B. Wilson. 

Raleigh— Meredith College Bulletin (Quarter- 
ly) — Charles E. Brewer. 

Raleigh — News and Observer (Morning 
daily) — Josephus Daniels. 

Raleigh — N. C. Agricultural Education 
Monthly (Monthly)— Prof. Leon E. Cook. 

Raleigh— North Carolina Booklet (Quarterly) 
Miss Mary Hilliard Hinton. 

Raleigh— North Carolina Education (Month- 
ly)— W. F. Marshall. 

Raleigh — North Carolina Highway Bulletin 
(Monthly) — H. K. Witherspoon. 

Raleigh — North Carolina Library Bulletin 
(Quarterly) — Mary B. Palmer. 

Raleigh — North Carolina Odd Fellow Month- 
ly) — John D. Berry. 

Raleigh— Our Record (Monthly)— Sid E. 
Allen. 

RalPigh — The Progressive Farmer (Weekly) 
— Clarence Poo. 

Raleigh — Raleigh Times (Evening Daily Ex- 
cept Sunday)— O. J. Coffin. 

Raleigh— Rural Life (Monthly) — Dept. Ag. 
Econ. State College. 



Raleigh— St. Augustine Record I M 
Rev. B. H. Gould. 

Raleigh — St. Mary's Mi.- \ 

Raleigh— St Mary's School (Quarterly). 

Raleigh— The Union Herald (Weekly)— 
Maxwell Gorman. 

Raleigh— The Union Reformer (Weekly)— 
J. W. Ligon. 

Wake Forest— Bulletin of Wake Forest • 
lege (Quarterly). 

Wendell — Gold Leaf Farmer (Weekly) — 
Marcus A. Rollins. 

Zebulon— The Zebulon News (Weekly)- J B 
Whitley. 

WARREN 

Littleton — The News Reporter (Weekly)— 
Ken K. Lyon. 

Norlina — The Norlina Headlight (Weekly)— 
M W. Hardy. 

Warrenton — The Warren Record (Weekly) — 
W. Brodie Jones and Howard F. Jones. 

WASHINGTON 

Plymouth— The Mission Herald (Monthly) — 
Rev. Theodore Partrlck. Jr. 

Plymouth — Roanoke Beacou (Weekly) — C. S. 
Ausbon. 

WATAUGA 

Boone — Watauga Democrat (Weekly) — It C 
Rivers. 

WAYNE 

Fremont — Messenger (Weekly) — E. R. Brown. 

Goldsboro — East Carolina Tribune (Weekly) 
W. C. Shaw. 

Gdldsboro — Goldsboro Daily Argus (Even- 
ing) — Joseph E. Robinson. 

Goldsboro — Goldsboro News (Morning 1 
Monday) — R. F. Beasley. 

Goldsboro — Goldsboro Weekly Record (Week 
ly) — Chas. A. and G. W. Brown. 

Mount Olive — Mount Olive Tribune- 
Weekly) — Homer Brock. 

WILKES 

Boomer — The Fool Killer (Monthly) .1 
Larkin Pearson. 

Moravian Falls — The Lash (Monthly)- I 
ard B. Laws. 

Moravian Falls — The Yellow Jacket (Month- 
ly) — R. Don Laws. 

Wilkesboro — The Wilkes Patriot (Weekly)— 
.T. T. Roland. 

N. Wilkesboro — Carter's Weekly (Weekly) — 
Julius C. Hubbard. 

N. Wilkesboro— N. wilkesboro Hustler 
(Weekly)— W. E. and It B Pharr. 

WILSON 

Wilson — Daily Times (Evening Ds 
D Hold. 

Wilson Wilson Mirror (Morning) u T. 
Beasley. 

Wilson— Wilson Times (Semi H 
D Hold. 

Wilson— Zion's Landmark (Semi Monthly) — 

P. I>. Cold Pub. CO. 

YADKIN 

J .1.11 i.i.i . S sdkln Bin 9 li 

Km ledge. 



Speaker of U. S. House. 

North Carolina has furnished only one 
the i alted Bti 
s ntutivr. Nathaniel Macon n i!inr» 

i Speaker, and presided ot Q renin., 

and Ninth <' ■ 



PRACTICING 



ATTORNEYS 



Practicing Attorneys 



Aberdeen — 

Johnson, .T. McN. 

Johnson, J. T. 

Wilder, T. B. 

Ahoskie — 

Johnson. Walter R. 

Rogers, William \V. 

Williams, L. C. 
Albemarle — 

Bogle, W. E. 

Brown, J. M. 

Brown, R. L. 

Burleson, I. R. 

Crowell. R. A. 

Hugcyeutt. A. C. 

Ingram, Ray R. 

Mann, W. L. 

Price, J. R. 

Renyolds, G. 1>. B. 

Sikes, O. J. 

Smith, W. E. 

Smith. R. L. 

Turner. II. C. 

Andrews — 

Jarritt, Clyde H. 
Smathers, C. C. 
Tillett, D. H. 

Angier — 

Dupree, F. T. 
Johnson, S. D. 

Apex — 

Olive, Percy J. 

Asheboro — 

Brittain, John T. 
Brittaln, B. F. 
Cox, C. N. 
Frazier. June E. 
Hammer. William C. 
Mnser, I. C. 
King. Goodman H. 
Redding. C. H. 
Rohins, H. M. 
Spence, J. A. 

Asheville— 

Adams, John S. 
Anderson, J. B. 
Beachboard, Wayne. 
Bennett, O. K. 
Bernard. Silas G. 
Brltt, James J. 
Bourne, L. M. 
Brown, W. P. 
Brown, Mark W. 
Bynum, Curtis. 
Campbell, Rufner. 
Candler. Wm. W. 
Chalmers, A. C. 
Carter. Frank. 
Carter. H. B. 
Cheesborough, James 
Cocke, P. C. 
Cocke. W. 3. 
Craig, Locke. 
Craig, George. 
Curtis. Zeb. F. 
Davidson. Theo. F. 
Edwards, W. Mc. 
Erwin, Marcus. 
Ford. Joseph F. 
Fortune, Charles M. 
Fortune, W. G. 
Galloway, T. B. 
Glance, J. Marvin. 
Glenn, J. Frazier. 
Gudger, Herman. 
Gudger, Owen. 
Gudger, V. L. 



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Guerard, Albert S. 
llarkins, T. J. 
Hartshorn, E. S. 
Haynes, J. W. 
Hodges, Daniel M. , Jr. 
Honeycutt, John W. 
Hughes, Clinton K. 
Jarvis, Hubert C. 
Johnston. A. Hall. 
Jones, Ellis C. 
Jones, G. L. 
Jones. T. A. 
Jones, T. A. Jr. 
Jordan. John J. 
Kitchen, Julian K. 
Lee, Chas. G. 
Lvman. A. J. 
Malone, C. N. 
Martin, J. C. 
Martin. Mrs. Florence C. 
McCall, R. S. 
Merrick, Duff. 
Merrimon, J. H. 
Merrimon, James G. 
Moore. C. A. 
Murphy. J. D. 
Nettles, Z. V. 
Parker, Haywood. 
Pennell, George. 
Pennell. Burgin. 
Pritchard. Geo. M. 
Pritchard. McKinley. 
Randolph, E. J. 
Ravenel, S. P. 
Ray E. Z. 
Rector. Jas. E. 
Reynolds. G. S. 
Reynolds. R. R. 



Aurora — 

Thompson, W. A. 

Ayden — 

Pitman, K. A. 

Prescott, Marion 1!. 
Bailey — 

Glover, M. C. 

Minly, F. R. 
Bakersville — 

Black, Saml. J. 

Greene, C. E. 

Lambert, W. L. 

Lambert, Fred. 

McBee, John C. 

Berry, W. C. • 

Turner, Samuel J. 

Wilson. M. L. 

Banner Elk — 
Lowe, T. L. 

Bayboro — 
Brinson, F. C. 
Brison, G. G. 
Rawls. Z. V. 

Beaufort — 

Davis, M. Leslie. 
Duncan, G. W. 
Duncan, J. F. 
Duncan, John M. 
Hill. E. W. 
Mason, J. W. 
Wheatley, Claude R. 
Belhaven — 
Tooly, John G. 
Long, Thomas S. 
Leigh, J. A. 



Rickman. T. J. 


Belmont — 


Roberts, Gallatin. 


Gaston, H. B. 


Robertson, Geo. D. 


Benson — 


Rollins. T. S. 


Barbour, J. R. 


Sale. F. L. 


Morgan, J. M. 


Shuford. Gen. A. 


Raynor. James. 


Shuford. W. E. 


Ryals. N. T. 


Shank. Miss Marie. 


Bessemer City — 


Smathers. George H. 


Whitney, C. E. 


Sondley, F. A. 


Black Mountain — 


Stafford. Mrs. Exum Clement. 


Eckles, J. D. 


Stevens, H. B. 
Stevens, H. D. 


Blowing Rock — 


Svkes, Chas. L. 


Sudderth, G. M. 


Styles. J. S. 


Boone — 


Swain, J. E. 


Bingham, John H. 


Toms. Chas. F. 


Bingham, T. E. 


Thomas, F. W. 


Brown, John E. 


Thompson. G. A. 


Coffey, E. S. 


Taylor. Eugene. 


Linney, F. A. 


VariWinkle, Kingsland. 


Lovill, E. F. 


Ward. Eugene. 
Weaver. Guy. 


Lovill, W. R. 
Brevard — 
Allison, Eugene. 


Weaver. Zeb. 


Breese, W. E.. Jr., 


Webb, C. A. 


Clayton, 0. W. 


Welch, Gilmer. 


Clayton, M. D. 


Wells, R. M. 


Deaver. C. B. 


Whitson, W. R. 


English. D. L. 


Williams. R. R. 


Fisher. R. R. 


Wright. Fdward N. 


Forsythe, J. A. 


Wright, G. H. 


Galloway, T. Coleman 


Young. Don C. 


Galloway, Welch. 


Angle — 


Gash, Robt. L. 


Johnson, Samuel D. 


Hamlin, L. P. 
Nichols, Chas. L. 


Aquadale— 


Bryson City — 


Bivens, Jay. 


Black, S. W. 


Aulander — 


Brvson, T. D. 


Castelloe, A. T. 


Fisher, F. C. 


Lassiter, Alexander. 


Franklin, A. J., Sr. 



PRACTICING ATTORNEYS 



Franklin, A. .T., Jr. 

Frye, A. M. 

Frye, Mrs. L. R. 

Harwood, John II. 

Leath^rwood. Thurman. 

Paterson, A. S. 

Randolph, J. P. 
Buie's Creek — 

Taylor, F. H. 

McLeod, B. F. 
Burgaw — 

Best, John J. 

Bland. J. T. 

Bland, J. T., Jr. 

Burnett, .f. II. 

McCullen, C. E. 

Burlington — 
Carroll, \V. H. 
Carroll. A. M. 
Cook. J. M. 
Cooper, T. B. 
Coulter, William S. 
Damerson, E. S. W. 
Fonville, D. R. 
Hoffman, J no. K. 
King, A. H. 
Rhodes, H. J. 
Warier, D. J. 

Burnsville — 
Bailey, G. D. 
Gardner, G. E. 
Fauts, D. R. 
Hamick, C. R. 
Hutehins, Charles. 
Ray, J. B. 
Watson. E. F. 
Watson, J. A. 
Wilson, R. W. 

Bladenboro — 

Bridger, James A. 
Buie. Clifford B. 
Barnardsville — 

Burleson. Wm. S. 

Bunn — 
Harris, Jos. J. 

Camden — 

Clegg, L. B. 

Clegg. W. R. 

Tillitt, D. H. 
Canton — 

Clark, Thomas A. 

Elias, Swain. 

Robinson, S. M. 

Smathers, J. B. 

Smathers, Charles C. 

Carthage — 

Burns, Robert L. 
Humher, Geo. H. 
McNeill, Geo. TV. 
McNeill, W. H. 
Muse, C. M. 
Seawell, H. F. 
Spence, U. L. 

Cary— 

Templeton, Alfred. 

Templeton, J. M.. Jr. 

Womble, Wm. B, 
Catawba — 

Sherrill, Oscar. 
Catherine Lake — 

Duffy. R. 
Cerro Gordo — 

Williamson, J. It. 
Chadbourn — 

Bryan, A B 

Koonce, C. D. 

Miller, B. A. 



Chapel Hill— 
Koonce, A. II. 
Mcintosh, A. C. 
Roberson, W. S. 
Whitfield, II. A. 
Winston, P. H. 
Liipfert, B B 
Wiegand, Carl. 

Charlotte — 
Adams, Thaddeus A.. 
Alexander, Julia M, 
Alexander, T. W. 
Beam, W. s. 
Bell. J. A 
Berry, Margaret. 
Bost, D. J. 
Brenizer, Chase. 
Cansler, Edwin T. 
Cansler, Edwin T., Jr. 
Cansler, John S. 
Clark. Walter, Jr. 
Clarkson, Heriot. 
Cocke. N. A. 
Clarkson, F. 0. 
Cochran, C. A. 
Davis, W. C. 
DeLaney, .1. L. 
Doekery. 11. C. 
Duckworth, C. A. 
Fetner, C. B. 
Flowers, J. F. 
Gover, C. Hundley. 
Guthrie, T. C. 
Guthrie, Thomas C, Jr. 
Hammerly, J. McC. 
Harding, Wm. F. 
Harris, Hugh. ■ W. 
Hawkins, T. W. 
Henderson, D. E. 
Higgins, Robt. O. 
Humphrey, L. W. 
Hutchinson. R S. 
Jones, J. Lawrence. 
Jones, H. C. 
Justice, A. B. 
Keerans, J. \V. 
Kennedy, Frank II. 
Kenyon, J. R. 
Kidd. R. V. 
Kirkpatrick. T. E. 
I,, ckhart, .las. A. 
Marsh, Geo. A., Jr. 
Marshall. Hunter. Jr. 
Met 'all. .1. I>. 
McLean. Miss Carrie. 
McRae, -L A, 
Meisenh imer, •'. A. 
Newell, J. C. 
Newell, .1. F. 
Nixon, Brevard. 
Osborne, W. 8. 
Pharr, Edgar W. 
Pharr, H. N. 
Pharr, Neal v. 
Preston, E Randolph. 
Pruett, sha» Mi 1 1 
Puhlman, R T. 
Redd, F M 

Riteh, Marvin L 

Robinson, ■! M. 
Robinson, B. ll 

Banders, 3 T (Col I I 

Sancill, -i Clyde. 
Scales, J L 
Shai '' M 

si. .ire. William X 

Simmons, T. M 
Smith, D B 
Smim, Geo J 

Smith. W M 

Spat rov Geo \ . Jr. 

Stewart. 1" 

Taliaferro, C D 



Taj 

I tt, C W . Jr. 
Tillett, C. W 
Vreeland, L B. 

Weill 
Whitlock, P ' 

Williams. W. II. 
Wilson. Wm M 
Cherryville — 

D P. 
Stroup, M. A. 

Clayton — 

Thurston, D. J. 

Williams. .1 R. 

Met i W. 

Clinton — 

Butl r, G. E. 

Butler, U 

Herring, K l. 

Kennedy, J C 
pier, P. <; 

i aircloth, C 81 

r her, W. II. 
ii. E. 

Fowler, .1. E. 
mpler, B II 

Graham, a Mi I. 

Whitfield, Fitzhugh. 
Columbia — 

Majette, M 

Whitley, W. L. 

Swain. II I. 

W Hey, T. H. 

Combs, a. H. 
Columbus — 

Burgess, John R. 

Cloud. E. B 
Comfort — 

Warren. Julien K. 
Concorrj — 

Caldwell. M II. 

Crowell, 3. L. 

Furr, D. M 

Hartsell, l. T 

Mai as, T D 

Armfleld, Frank. 
A B. 

P .ar. II. S. 
M. iv 

Williams. II. S. 

Blackwelder, B. W 

Crowell, J L. Jr. 

Oglesby, J M 
Cardenas — 

Parker. C. C. 

Cana — 

I : • , \\ B 

Coats — 

l.e\ ii son, l. 1. 
C it 
Conovor — 

in, s ll 
Creed moor — 

Mi Duffy, r J. 
Currle — 

i: rdi aux, Wm B 
Currituck — 

Smile V M 

Danbury — 

Humphrey J D 

iiaii. John « 

Petree, N 
Davidson — 

Currlt \ 

, / B 

Delco^ 

It" i" P 



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PRACTICING ATTORNEYS 



Dillsboro — 

Hooker, Joseph J. 

Pangle. Thomas O. 
Dobson — 

Copeland, Jesse T. 

Folger. A. D. 

Freeman, R. A. 

Freeman, R. C. 

Jackson, W. M. 

Llewellyn, C. M. 

Reeee, \V. L. 

Wolfe. A. H. 

Dunn — 

Hell. \V. C. 
Best, L. J. 
Best, James. 
Clifford, J. C. 
Coats, J. M. 
Godwin, R. L. 
Godwin, H. L. 
Guy, C. L. 
Jernigan, M. M. 
McLeod, J. A. 
Parker, C. C. 
Smith, C. J. 
Townsend, N. A. 
West, E. C. 
West, J. O. 
Wilson. J. F. 
Wilson, J. W. 
Williams, I. R. 
Young. E. F. 
Young, J. R. 

Durham — 

Barbee, J. W. 

Bramham, William G. 

Brawley, S. C. 

Bryant, Victor S. 

Brogden, W. J. 

Cannady. E. W. 

Chambers, Sidney C. 

Cheek, E. C. 

Everett, R. O. 

Foushee, Wm. L. 

Fuller. J. 

Fuller, F. L., Jr. 

Gant, R. M. 

Graham, J. W. 

Graham, P. C. 

Guthrie. W. B. 

Harriss, E. C. 

Hedrick. H. G. 

Hill, Barrington T. 

Hill, E. J. 

Hobgood, A. S. 

Lee, J. G. 

Long, J. Elmer. 

Lockhart, W. S. 

McLendon, L. P. 

Mordecai, S._ F. 

Morehead, J. Lanthrop. 

Patterson, J. S. 

Pegram, J. Edw. 

Purcell, W. C. 

Reade, R. P. 

Robert, McCant Andrews. 

Scarlett. Chas. 

Scarlett, Hugh. 

Sorrell, Delos W. 

Stravhorn, Isaac R. 

Svkes. Robert H. 

Tilley. L. L. 

Tomlinson, L. A. 

I'mstead. W. B. 

Watkins, B. M. 
Edenton — 

Dixon, Richard D. 

Griffin, Lloyd E. 

Holland. R. C. 

Leary, H. R. 

McMullan, J. H., Jr. 



Privott, W. S. 
Vann, C. S. 

Elizabeth City— 

Aydlett, E. F. 

Simpson, M. B. 

Brooks, James C. 

Cohoon, W. L. 

Ehringhaus, J. C. B. 

Small. W. L. 

Leigh, J. B. 

LnRoy. .1. H., Jr. 

Markham, Thos. J. 

Meekins, Ike. 

McMullan. P. W. 

Outlaw, A. B. 

Pugh. C. R. 

Sawyer, P. G. 

Spence. Geo. J. 

Thompson, C. E. 

Wilson, J. K. 

Worth, W. A. 
Elizabethtown — 

Bizzell, W. D. 

Clark. J. B. 

Lyon. J. A. 

McCullooh, E. F. 

White, R. S. 
Elkin — 

Barker. Harry. 

Hendren. J. F. 

James, E. C. 

Elk Park- 
Bowers, V. B. 
Enfield— 

Anderton, Allen. 

Dunn, R. C. 

Johnson, Mac. D. 

Mann, Wm. 

Parker. R. H. 

Myer, Louis B. 

Fairmont — 
Keith, V. W. 
Taylor, V. H. 

Farmville — 

Martin, R. T. 

Paylor, J. H. 

Sheppard, W. G. 
Fayetteville — 

Averitt, H. S. 

Breece, A. B. 

Broadfoot, C. W., Jr. 

Brothers, H. L. 

Bullard, V. C. 

Stringfleld, D. M. 

Cook, H. L. 

Cook, John H. 

Davis, E. G. 

Downing, W. C 

Howard, C. C. 

Kirkpatrfck, H. S. 

McKithan, E. B, 

McNeill, Robt. S. 

McPhail. tf. C. 

McRae. J. C, Jr. 

Moore, A. M. 

Nimocks, Q. K. 

Nimocks, Q. K., Jr. 

Oates, J. A. 

Quillin, G. S. 

Herring, It. W. 

Robinson, H. McD. 

Robinson, Miss Katherine 

Rose, Geo. M. 

Rose. Chas. G. 

Shaw, John G. 

Shaw, Duncan. 

Dye. Robt. H. 

Tally, Oscar J. 

Walker, C. M. 



Forest City — 
Blanton. R. R. 
Ridings, C. O. 

Four Oaks — 
Lee, C. C. 

Franklin — 

Horn, A. W. 

Johnston, T. J. 

Johnston, F. S. 

Jones, Gilmer A. 

Ray, J. F., Jr. 

Ray, J. F., Sr. 

Robertson. Henry G. 

Sisk. R. D. 
Franklinton — 

Kearney, H. C. 

Fremont — 

Aycock, B. F. 
Fuquay Springs — 

Lewis, R. B. 

Shepherd, B. Ray. 
Gaston la — 

Austin, C. M. 

Bivens, Jay. 

Bulwinkle, R. L. 

Carpenter, John G. 

Carpenter, Carl E. 

Capps, Bismarck. 

Cherry, R. G. 

Denny, Emery B. 

Dolley, Stephen B. 

Garland. P. W. 

Hamme, J. L. 

Hester. W. F. 

Holland. C. D. 

Hoyle, J. M. 

Jones, A. C. 

Lewis, R. H., Jr. 

Mangum, A. G. 

Manson, G. B. 

Mason, O. F. 

Patrick, R. C. 

Sigmon, R. L. 

Sparrow. S. B. 

Timberlake, J. W. 

Wilson, George W. 

Warren, E. R. 

Wilkins. J. A. 

Waltz, A. E. 

Waltz. C. B. 

Gatesville — 
Costen, T. W. 
Godwin, A. P. 
Hall, J H. 

Garners- 
Rand, Oliver G. 
Goldsboro — 

Allen. W. R., Jr. 

Bland, D. H. 

Best, C. G. 

Cockerham, J. L. 

Davis, A. C. 

Dees, W. A. 

Dortch, Hugh. 

Dickinson. M. T. 

Edmundson. P. B. 

Freeman, G. K. 

Hood, Geo. E. 

Humphrey, D. C. 

Humphrey, E. A. 

Land. Edward M. 

Langston. John D. 

Loftin, M. B. 

Lovelace, O. N. 

Parker, H. B. 

Pierce, W. W. 

Robinson. W. S. O'B. 

Simpkins, E. A. 

Royal. Kenneth C. 



PRACTICING ATTORNEYS 



Taylor. W. F. 
Teague, S. F. 
Thompson, J. F. 
Yelverton, VV. B. 
Graham — 
Allen, L. C. 
Cook. J. S. 
Henderson, J. J. 
Hughes, H. 
Kernodle, J. D. 
Kernodle, L. H. 
Long, Jacob A. 
Long, J. D. 
Parker, E. S., Jr. 
Ward, Wm. J. 
Greensboro — 
Adams, S. B. 
Alexander, Louise. 
Alderman, Sidney. 
Baggett, J. V. 
Boren, Norman A. 
Fradshaw, G. S. 
Brim, Kenneth M. 
Brooks, A. L. 
Bynum, Wm. P. 
Broadliurst, B. D. 
Barringer, Jno. A. 
Carpenter, C. J. 
Cobb, H. W.. Jr. 
Cooke, A. Wayland. 
Cox, Oliver C. 
Denny, B. E. 
Douglas, M. F. 
Douglas, R. D. 
Duncan, Jas. S. 
Davis, A. C. 
Euro, N. L. 
Fentress, B. Lee. 
Ferguson, G. S., Jr. 
Frazier, R. H. 
Frazier, C. S. 
Herbin, L. 
Hobgood, F. P. 
Hoyle, Thos. C. 
Hobbs, R. J. M. 
Hogue^ Jas. F. 
Jones, Hines A. 
Jerome, Ed. 
King, R. R. 
King, R. R.. Jr. 
Kuykendall, E. D. 
Koontz, H. L. 
Moseley, R. F. 
Mebane, Banks H. 
Michaux, John S. 
Mitchell, Geo. H. (Col.) 
Morehead, James T. 
Murphy. Thos. J. 
Patton, Geo. M. 
Powell, Gilhert. 
Robinson, Russell. 
Rieves, Earl E. 
Shaw. Eugene G. 
Smith, J. F. 
Scales, Junius I. 
Scales, A. M. 
Shuping, C. L. 
Stern, S. J. 
Swift. W. H. 
Strudwick. R. C. 
Smith, Julius C. 
Sapp, 0. L. 
Vinson, B. B. 
Wall, T. R. 
Ward, B. T. 
Wharton. C. R. 
Winson, John N. 
Wright, C. G. 
Wyllio, Alfred S. 
Younce, Geo. A. 



Greenville — 

Blount, Marvin K. 
Brown. Julius. 
Corey, A. B. 
Clark, D. M. 
Cooper, Lewis G. 
Dunn, Albion. 
Evans. J. L 
Flannagan, R. C. 
Everett. S. J. 
Gaylord. L. W. 
Harding, F. C. 
Hines, P. R. 
James, F. G. 
James, J. B. 
Lanier, J. C. 
Harden, W. A. 
Pierce, C. C. 
Simmons, J. L. 
Skinner, H. S. 
Whedbee, H. W. 
Tyson. B. F. 
Wooten. F. M. 
Worthington, S. O. 

Griffon— 

Causey, R. C. 

Halifax- 
Travis, E. L. 
Travis, E. L.. Jr. 

Hamilton: 
Waldo, J. T. 

Hamlet- 
Gibbons, L. H. 
Harrell. E. A. 
Kelley, W. M. 
Mitchell, John. 
Nash, M. W. 
Cratch, S. C. 
Sanders. W. H. 

Hayesville — 

Anderson, O. L. 

Gray. 3. B. 
Henderson — 

Bridgers. J. H. 

Bunn, A. A. 

Harris, A. 3. 

Hicks. Edison T. 

Hicks, T. T. 

Hicks, J. B. 

Kittrell. J. C. 

Kittrell. R. G. 

Perry, B. II. 

Pearce, J. M. 

McColn. R. S. 

Perry. H. L. 

Pittman. T. M. 

Zollicoffer. A. C. 

Zollicoffer, J. P. 
Hendersonville — 

Anderson, II. S. 

Arledge, A. Y. 

Blythe, O. V. F. 

Ewbank. E. W. 

Justici'. J, F 

Oates, W. H. 

Ray. McD. 

SchencK, Michael. 

Shlpraan, f. E. 

Stanton. R. II. 

Rector, W. C. 

Twyford, Henry. 

Whitmlre, R. L. 

Valentine, <:. II. 
Hertford— 

McNlder, .1 8 

Whedbee Chas 
Hickory — 

Aiken, John W. 
Blackwi Idcr, B. B. 

Cline, E B 



CounclU, W. B. 

Iiv. .1 r>. . jr. 

Prultt, T P 

Russell. D. L 

Self, W. A. 

Bagby. C. W 

Shuford, R. If 

Whlsnant, a. W 

Whltener, a.. A. 

Whltener, C. I. 

fount, M M 
Hiddenite— 

Beckham, V G. 

Bogle, W. S. 
Highlands- 
Stewart. Henrv. 

High Point— 

Albertson. T. W 

Austin, J. A. 

Barnhart, C. C. 

Gold, Thos. J. 

Hedgecock, -i Matt. 

Haworth, Horace S. 

Parsons, D. H, 

Peacock, Dred. 

Roberson, Weacott 

Dalton, Carter. 

Royal. Walter S. 

Steele, Edwin. 

Teague. Lawrence E. 

Williams. L. B. 

York. C. A. 

Tors, o. R. 
Hillsboro— 

Gattls, S. M. 

Gattls, S. M., Jr. 

Giles. J. A 

Graham. J. \V 

Graham. A. II. 

Nash, Frank. 

Ray. J. C. 

Turner, C. D. 
Hobgood — 

Leggett. I. w 
Hoffman— 

Scarborougn, n. E. 

Holly Springs — 
Carter, R. R. 

Norris. J. E. 

Hot Springs — 
Rector, J. E. 

Jackson — 

Burgwyn A Norfleel 

Day, a C 

Mldyette, G. E. 

white, r. Jennings. 

Worrell, Jamea \ 
Jacksonville— 

Day, N E 

Bailey, I U 
Jefferson — 

llalli mi. It I. 

Bauguesa, w r 

it, mi-.'. -rii"< C. 

Austin, W B 

Council, .' B 
Park, G. L. 
Bplcor, Chi B 

K. ii. hi -.villi' — 

t l 

I i ■■ ■ I' \t 

1:1111:! I \ 

Jolley, l' M 
Wllllami, H D 

Kenly— 

Hooka, w I 
Paul i> 

(Jriliiv. Clm< II 



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I'KAiTIt'IM; attorneys 



Kernersville — 

Porter, William. 
Kings Mountain — 

Campbell, B. L. 

Davles, J. B. 
Kinston — 

Allen, 0. If. 
i\] n. It. T. 

Croom, P. 1». 

Cowper, G. V. 

Dawson, Josepn. 

Dawson, .1. G. 

Denton. J. It. 

Elliott. Guy. 

Green, <;eo. B. 

Jones, B. B. 

Jones, J. A. 

Liles, .1. F. 

Mitchell. W. A. 

Moore. G. G. 

Powers. J. A. 

Rouse. N. J. 

Rouse. Root. H. 

Shaw, II. E. 

Stroud, Cecil. 

Sutton. F. I. 

Wallace. P. E. 

Whitaker, R. A. 

Wooten, J. Frank. 

LaGrang; — 
Kornegay, A. H. 
McCullen, S. D. 

Laurinburg — 
Cox, W. H 
Dunn. T. J. 
Goodwin. G. 
John, M. L. 
Xeal, W. H. 
Russell. G. H. 
Wcatherspoon, W. II. 
Gibson, B. H. 
Prince, L. P>. 

Leaksville — 
Dunn, A. W. 
Fagg, H. L. 
llai/.lip, P. T. 
Land, C. M. 

Lenoir — 
Newland, W. C. 
Pritchett. J. P. 
School. Wm. F. 
Singleton, H. J. 
Squires. Mark. 
Sturling, L. S. 
Wakefield, Lawrence. 
Williams, B. F. 

Lewiston — 

Harrington. H. G. 
Lexington — 

Burgin, W. O. 

Bower, J. <'. 

Critoher. P. V. 

Daniel, J. M., Jr. 

Delap, S. A. 

Johnson, F. T. 

McCrary, J. R. 

Mccrary. Thos. E. 

Martin, L. A. 

Olive. H. E. 

Phillips. W. H. 

Raper. R. R. 

Bobbins. F. C. 

Sink. H. H. 

Spruill, J. F. 

Walser. Z. V. 

Walser. Z. J. 

Williams, S. E. 
Lillington — 

Baggett, J. R. 

BaKgett, Hiram. 



Brown, ('. II. 
Byrd, \V. P. 
Caviness, .1. 10. 
McDonald, A. A. 
McLean. A. M. 
Ross, Chas. 

Spears, M. T. 
Mordecai, W. G. 
Salmon, X. M. 
Chaffin, L. M. 

Lincolnton— 
Childs, C. E. 
Childs, W. H. 
Jonas, C. A. 
Jonas. H. A. 
Mauser, R. J. 
Nicholson, W. M. 
Nixon, K. B. 
Quickel, A. L. 
Rudisill, Waverly. 

Littleton- 
Daniel, S. G. 
Furgerson, McM. 
Harvey, W. F. 
Picot, John. 
Pippen, Jos. P. 

Louisburg— 
Beam. G. M. 
Hoklen, B. T. 
Perry, Hugh. 
Person, W. M. 
Ruffin, W. H. 
Ruffln. T. W. 
Malone, E. H. 
Yarhorough, W. H. , Jr. 

Lucama— 
Boss. X. R. 
Barnes. T. T. 

Lumberton— 

Britt, E. M. 

Britt. W. S. 

Britt. E. J. 

Britt, L. J. 

Carlyle, F. E. 

FulDr. D. H. 

Goodwin, J. J. 

Hackett, F. D., Jr. 

Ivey, W. B. 

Johnson, T. L. 

Johnson, E. M. 

Kinla.v, W. H. 

Lee, R. E. 

Lennon, Woodberry. 

Melntyre, Stephen. 

Mclntyre, R. A. 

Lawrence. R. C. 

Proctor, J. D. 

McLean. A. W. 

Yarser. L. R. 

McLean, J. D. 

Stacey, H. E. 

McNeill, T. A., Jr. 

Proctor, J. (i. 
Madison- 
Brown, J. C. 

Roberts, J. L. 
Maiden- 
Klutz. G. W. 
Manchester — 

Murchison, I. A. 
Marion- 
Chambers, W. R. 

Hudgins. D. E. 

Lunsford, B. L. 

Lisenbee, C. C. 

Morgan, W. T. 

Morris, James. 

Pless, J. W. 

Fless, J. W., Jr. 



Winborne, J. W. 
Washburn, G. F. 
Marshall — 

Hendricks, J. A. 
Mashburn, C. B. 
Ramsey, J. C. 
Roberts, G. V. 

Marshville — 
Ashcraft, F. W. 

Mars Hill- 
Edwards, J. E. 

Maurey— 

Spivey, E. M. 
Maxton — 

Carp?nter, J. E. 

McKinnon, H. A. 

Wiggins, J. P. 

Maysville — 
Warren. J. K. 

Mebane— 

Carter, T. C. 
Mesic— 

Morris, S. J. 
Middlesex — 

Parker, Y. Z. 
Milton— 

Winstead, M. C. 
Mocksville — 

Chaffin. T. N. 

Gaither, E. L. 

Grant, A. T. 

Morris, E. H. 

Stewart, Jacob. 
Monroe — 

Brooks, J. C. 

Houston, D. A. 

Hawfield. R. R. 

Lemmond, R. W. 

Limerick, T. F. 

Love, W. B. 

Redwine. R. B. 

Silies, J. C. 

Stack, A. M. 

Parker, J. J. 

Craig, G. 

Stevens, R. L. 

Yann, J. C. M. 

Mooresville — 
Morrow, G. A. 
Starr, A. L. 
Turlington, Z. V. 

Morehead City— 
Gorham, E. H. 
Hamilton, Alvah L. 
Hamilton, Luther. 

Morganton — 
Avery, I. L. 
Avery, A. C. 
Erwin, W. C. 
Erwin. S. J. 
Hairfield, E. M. 
Huffman, R. L. 
McDowell, Frank. 
Mull. J. M. 
Patton, N. M. 
Spainhour, J. F. 

Mount Airy — 
Bivens, E. C. 
Carter, F. E. 
Carter, W. F. 
Folger, J. H. 
Folger, A. D. 
Felts, W. R. 
''rim, K. M. 
Graves, S. P. 
Groves, William. 
Haymore, R. L. 



PRACTICING ATTORNEYS 



Linville, E. M. 
Tilley, A. E. 

Mount Olive— 
Barham, J. L. 
Byrd, A. W. 
Grady. A. S. 
1 1 atelier, M. J. 
Watson, E. T. 

Mount Gilead — 
Hamlett, R. E. 

Moyock — 
Cox, W. D. 

Murfreesboro— 
Barnes, D. C. 
Lawrence, L. J. 
Winborne, Stanley. 

Murphy— 
Axley, \V. M, 
Bell, M. W. 
Christopher, F. O. 
Dillard, J. H. 
Hill, T. J. 
McCall, J. H. 
Mallonee, J. D. 
Moody, J. N. 
Moody, R. M. 
Norvell, E. B. 
Witherspoon, L. L. 
Witherspoon, Donald. 

Nashville — 

Austin, S. F. 
Bone, W. J. 
Cooley, H. D. 
Davenport, L. L. 
Odom, A. D. 
Perry, D. W. 
Vaughn, L. T. 

New Bern — 
Abernethy, C. L. 
Willis, G. T. 
Davis, Jesse. 
Green, E. M. 
Guion, O. H. 
Guion, J. A. 
Guion, W. B. R. 
Lee, W. H. 
Mclver, W. D. 
Moore, Larry I. 
Dunn, William, Jr. 
Nunn, R. A. 
O'Hara, R. (Col.) 
Pearsall, P. M. 
Prunier, E. E. 
Rouse, W. B. 
Rhodes, H. J. 
Simmons, F. M. 
Thomas, C. R. 
Tolson, H. A. 
Ward, D. L. 
Ward, A. D. 
Ward. W. F. 
Warren, T. D. 
Whitehurst, H. P. 
Whitehurst, R. E. 
Williamson, R. W. (Col.) 
Willis, D. H. 
Wilson. H. W. (Col.) 

Newland — 
Baird, Harrison. 
Benbow, L. S. 
Hughes. Charles. 
Ragland. J. W. 
Wall, R. W. 
Love, T. A. 

New London- 
Austin, H. V. 

Newton— 
Feimster. W. C. 
Gaither, W. B. 



Klutz, L. F. 
Moose, R. It 
Mebane, C. if. 
Rudisill, J. c. 
.Shipp, R. J. 
Sigmon, J, ('. 
Warlick, Wilson. 
North Wilkesboro— 
Cacy, A. It. 
Hackett, Frank D. 
Hayes, J. J. 
B inry. It. L. 
Jones, J. R. 
Previtte, J. M. 
Rousseau, J. A. 
Trivette, E. 

Norwood- 
Norwood. .T. H. 

Campbell, W. L. 
Oak Ridge — 

Whitaker, T. E. 
Oxford— 

Brummitt, D. G. 

Graham, A. \V. 

Graham, A. w. , Jr. 

Hancock, V. W., Jr. 

Hester. J. W. 

Hicks, A. A. 

Lanier, T. 

Lassiter, P.. K. 

Parham. B. W. 

Ragland, C L. 

Royster, B. S. 

Royster, B. S., Jr. 

Stem, T. G. 
Pilot Mountain — 

Badgett. W. R. 

Bernard, C. M. 

Snow, O. E. 

Pineola — 

Cline, T. E. 
Love, T. A. 
Love, T. L. 

Pinetops — 
Bourne, H. C. 
llridgers, J. L. 

Pink Hill- 
Holder. 1!. B. 

Pittsboro — 
Barber, Wade. 
Horton, W. P. 
Johnson. V. R. 
Long, J. E. 
Bell, Daniel. 
Ray. A. C. 
Siler. W. D. 

Polkton— 

Edwards, E. T 
Plymouth — 

Austin, Horace l>. 

B . P ir. H'oi.) 

Martin. V B 

Norman, '/. V. 

Whitley, W. L. 
Pollockswille — 

Bender, R. P. 

Warren. J. K. 

\\ bite, A H. 
Princeton — 

Lee, J. Ira. 
Raeford— 

Currle, J W 

Leach, 

Gore, A. D. 

Rowland G B. 

Smith, E s. 

McQueen, W. B 

Whitley, II. W. B. 



Raleigh— 

Alii ir. 

i 

Andrews, \ B 

\ A 

Bailey, J. W. 

.Ir 

• 

Biggs, I i' 
Bonner, A. .\f. 

BriKVs. \V 

Broughton, .r. M. 

. .r. \v 

Joyner, W. T. 

Boushall, J. II. 

. P. K 
Carter, It :. 
Cheshire, J. B., Jr. 
: t L. 
a, C. B 
Douglass. W. C. 
Don < 

. Ralph. 
Duncan, \v B 
J. L. 
W v. 
Eason. S. W. 
Eastman, Richard IT. 
Finlator, J. II. 
Fletcher, A J. 
Fonville, NeXvton J. 

e, I '-nk' i 
Fulghum, J. s 
Fyne, Joseph J. 
Fountain, J. L, Jr. 
Gatling, B. M. 
Gi C a. 

i, R. B. 
Griffin, James S 
Harris, C. I' 
Harris W. C. 
Haywood, En 
Hin \V 

I R. 
Oscar r 
Jones, Armisti 
Jones, vV n 
Jone w B 

m Bailey, 
le, C. G 

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Little, J. C 

II M 

V, 

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McMillan, it L 

log, .' . s 
m acKen lie, m 

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Mil i 
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Prei \i 

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Shaw. A T. 

Shepherd, B B 
Slmms, it v 

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Smith 

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Snow. W. B. 
Strong, R. C. 
Templeton, Alfred. 
Templeton, J. M., Jr. 
Watkins, R. C. 
Williams, T. Lacy. 
Williams, Chas. <i. (Col.) 
Winston, R. W., Jr. 
Womble, Brantley. 

Red Springs— 

Spell, A P. 
M.Millan, \V. V. 
McLeod, M. C. 

Reidsville— 
Dalton, W. R. 
Glidewell. P. W. 
Gwyn, A. H. 
Humphreys. I. R. 
Ivie, A. D. 
Trotter, B. C. 
Johnston, Julius. 
Joyce, J. R. 
McCargo. W. R. 
Mayberry, D. F. 
Reid, T. S. 
Scott, H. R. 
Sharp, J. M., Jr. 
Smith, M. T. 
Stiers, P. T. 
Ware, E. B. 
Wrenn. Edward. 

Roanoke Rapids — 

Long, W. L. 

Matthews, E. A. 

Clark, A. L. 
Robbinsville— 

Jenkins, T. M. 

Morphew, T. A. 

Phillips, R. L. 

Robersonville — 
Smith, 3. C. 

Rockford — 

Dohson, J. H. 
Rockingham— 
FcHon, M. E. 
Bynum, F. W. 
Cashwell, D. J. 
Henry, O. L. 
Jones, W. R. 
Lovvdermilk, \V. S. 
McLendon. J. R. 
McLeod. M. C. 
Phillips, F. D. 
McPhail. A. R. 
Boggan, H. S. 
Sedberry, Chesley. 

Rocky Mount- 
Alexander, J. M. 
Avera, T. A. 
Barnhill. M. V. 
Battle, K. D. 
Brantley, Dwight. 
Bennett. F. T. 
Bunn, J. P. 
Edgerton, J. A. 
Grantham, E. B. 
Gravely, L L. 
Keel, J. W. 
Lacy, T. H. 
Odom, J. D. 
Ramsey, J. B. 
Ricks. C. F. 
Spruill. F. S. 
Spruill, F. S., Jr. 
Stanton, C. L. 
Thomas, B. H. 
Thorpe, I. D. 
Thrope, W. L. 
Thorne, T. T. 



Thome, S. T. 
Wilkinson, W. S., Jr. 
Winihiiiy, Geo. L. 
Winslow, F. E. 
Roseboro — 
Barker, J. A. 
Robinson. E. C. 

Roper — 
Bailey, Carl L. 

Rose Hill- 
Turner, O. B. 

Rosemary — 
Zollicoffer. A. C. 

Rowland — 
Lynch, W. E. 
McKinnon, D. P. 

Roxboro— 
Brooks, T. C . 
Carlton, L. M. 
Carver, F. O. 
Lunsford, N., Jr. 
Merrltt, W. D. 
Winstead, S. G. 
Burns, R. P. 

Roxobel— 

Xorfleet. Eric. 
Tyler, E. E. 

Rural Hall— 
Helsabeck, C. R. 

Rutherfordton — 
Carson, J. M. 
Dunagan, S. P. 
Eaves, R. S. 
Edwards, G. W. 
Edwards, M. L. 
Elliott, H. C. 
Gallert, S. 
Hamrick, F. D. 
Harris. N. C. 
McBrayer, Fred. 
McRorie. W. C. 
Morrow, D. F. 
Quinn, J. H. 
Taylor, James L. 

St. Pauls- 
Butler, John S. 
Cannady, John D. 

Salisbury- 
Beam, E. H. 
Busby, John. 
Carlton, P. S. 
Clement, L. H. 
Clement, Hayden. 
Coggins, Charles. 
Coughenour, W. C, Jr. 
Craige, Burton. 
Craig, Kerr. 
Dunn, J. A. 
Hudson, T. F. 
Hudson, J. G. 
Hennessee, Wm. E. 
Linn, T. C. 
Linn, S. 

McCubbins. B. D. 
Miller, B. B. 
Murphy. Walter. 
Overman, L. S. 
Gregory, E. C. 
Price, A. H. 
Rendleman, J. L. 
Rendleman, D. A. 
Swicegood, L. A. 
Waggoner, J. M. 
Webster. J. E. 
Woodson. W. H. 
Wright. R. L. 

Sanford— 
Gavin, E. L. 
Hoyle, K. R. 



Jackson, H. M. 
King, D. B. 
Mclver, D. E. 
McNeill, A. L. 
Pittman. .1. C. 
Quick. W. H. 
Si awell, A. A. F. 
Teague, D. B. 
Teague, C. E. 
Williams, C. L. 
Williams, W. R. 

Scotland Neck- 
Dunn, A. W. 
Dunn, Sam A. 
Kitchin. A. P. 
Kitchin, C. 
Kitchin, W. W. 
Smith, S. H. 

Selma— 

Ray, Frank O. 
Ray, R. L. 

Seven Springs— 

Jarmon, L. W. 
Sea Level — 

Willis. D. H. 
Shelby- 
Anthony, ,7. A. 

Falls, B. T. 

Gardner, O. Max. 

McBrayer, C. B. 

McSwain, Peyton. 

Mull, John. 

Mull. O. M. 

Newton, D. Z. 

Ryburn, R. L. 

Hoey, C. R. 

Webb, J. L. 

Webb, E. Y. 

Siler City — 
Dixon, L. P. 
Dixon, R. H. 
Paschall, R. F. 

Smithfield— 

Abel, E. S. 
Brooks, F. H. 
Cole, W. W. 
Holt, S. S. 
.Honeycutt, S. T. 
Johnson, H. P. 
Martin, G. A. 
Narron, J. A. 
Parker, Ezra. 
Parker, J. D. 
Pou, E. W. 
Powell, L. C. 
Stevens, L. G. 
Ward, E. F. 
Wellons, J. A. 
Wellons, R. A. 
Wellons, E. J. 

Snow Hill— 

Albritton, A. 
Anderson, J. G. 
Frlzzelle, J. P. 
Lindsay, G. M. 
Morrill, L. V. 
Taylor. R. H. 

Southern Pines — 

Pelton. P. P. 
South Mills— 

Holstead, W. I. 

Spencer, C. H. 

Southport — 
Davis, R. W. 
Medlin, Lorenzo. 
Ruark, J. W. 
Taylor. C. E. 
Smith. E. H. 



l'KACTK'I.Ni; ATTORNEYS 



Sparta — 

Check, Geo. 

Crouse, R. F. 

Doughton, R. A. 

Higgins, C. W. 
Spray- 
Dunn, A. W. 

Haizlip, P. T. 

Ivie, A. D. 

Trotter, B. C. 

Land. C. M. 

Land, J. N. 
Spencer — 

Quillin, Geo. S. 
Spring Hope — 

Brantley, Hobart. 

Brantley, Dwight. 

Moses, T. O. 

Moss, O. B. 

Valentine, I. T. 
Spruce Pine— 

Peterson, J. M. 
Stanley- 
Carpenter, C. E. 

Statesville — 

Adams, C. M. 

Bristol, W. A. 

Caldwell. L. C. 

Grier, Harry P. 

Lewis, H. E. 

Lewis, J. G. 

Long, B. F. 

Long, Z. V. 

Jurney, Van B. 

Raymer, D. L. 

Scott, J. A., Jr. 

Thompson, Dorman. 

Turner, W. D. 

Weatherman, R. T. 
Stedman — 

Averitt, L. M. 
Stoneville— 

Stanford, U. Leland. 

Swan Quarter — 
Bell, C. L. 
Mann, S. S. 
Spencer. C. B. 
Spencer, W.- L. 

Sylva— 

Buchanan, C. C. 

Hooker, J. J. 

Monteith, Hugh E. 

Moore, W. E. 

Sherrell, W. R. 

Sherrlll, W. R. 

Stillwell, E. P. 

Sutton, G. W. 
Tarboro — 

Allsbrook. R. G. 

Bond, L.vn. 

Bourne, H. C. 

Bridgers_, .r. I. 

Douglas? W. C. 

Fountain, G. M. T. 

Fountain, G. M. 

Gilliam, Donnell. 

Hardison, H. D. 

Howard, VV. O. 

Howard, W. B 

[ngrani, <>. i>. 

Johnson, Henry. 

MacNair, A. \V. 

Mo ■■ . T 

Pender, .lame?;. 

Phillips, H. If. 

Staton. It. L. 

Staton, M. C. 
Taylorsville — 

Alexander, J. J. 

Burke. J. 1 1 



Gwaltncy, J. L. 

Payne, A. C. 
Teachy— 

Cart, Leo. 
Thomasville — 

Bogle. W. S, 

Jackson, .f. V. 

Riser, H. R. 

Trenton- 
Barker, J. R. 
Bowe, J. V. 
Warren, J. K. 

Trinity- 
Craven, Bruce. 

Troy — 

Armstrong, C. A. 
Broughton, C. C. 
Cochran, W. A. 
Dockery, C. 
Howell, R. V. 
Hurley, B. S. 
Poole, P. T. 
Wildes, C. D. 

Tryon— 

Jones, Walter. 

Wadesboro— 

Bennett, John T. 

Brock. W\ E. 

Caudle, T. L. 

Covington, B. M. 

Coxe, F. J. 

Dunlap, F. L. 

Dunlap, F. W. 

Edwards, Enos T. 

Lisk, M. C. 

Little, R. E. 

Little, R. E.. Jr. 

McLendon. H. H. 

Pruette, R. S. 

Robinson, L. D. 

Tarlton, A. A. 

Taylor, H. P. 

Thomas, F. E. 
Wake Forest — 

Carsville, G. T. 

Gulley, N. T. 

Mills, J. G. 

Timherlake, E. VV. 

Timberlake. E. W. 

White, R. B. 
Wallace— 

Blanton, A. J. 

Boney, X. B. 

Ward. Geo. R. 
Walnut Cove — 
Jarvls, G. L. 

Warrenton — 

l, II \ 
flililis, Frank H. 

Kerr, J. H. 

Bulk, T. 

Polk, W. T. 
RodweU, T " 
Williams, B. B. 
Warsaw — 
Cai i 1 '' Leon, 

i 11, W I. 
Johnson, u. D. 
Mixon, M. A 
ii i, 
Stevens, II. L, Jr. 
Washington — 

. \. W. 

Bonner, J. H. 
Brown, Geo H 
Daniel, I \ . Jr. 

ii C 
McMullen, Harry. 
Paul. ■' i> 



Jr. 



B Iman, W 
Slmmoi 
Simmons, X. i. 

I, J. ii. 
MacLeai a l>. 

iw, s C 
Rodman, W. B„ Jr. 
i I, 
in, F. II. 

-III:. Win. L 
Ward. H. S 

Grimes, J. D 

Warren, L. C. 

Waynesville — 

Alley, i i: . sr 

Alley t i-'.-iix i 

Davis, <;. C. 

Pram Is, W Boy. 

Ferguson, <>. S 

Ferguson, J. W. 

G r, R. D. 

I D, T. L. 

Hannah. W. .1. 

Morgan. .1. It 

Queen, .1. M. 

Ward. G. II. 
Weaverville— i 

Blackstock, C. E. 

Weaver, W. K 

Weldon— 
Clark, E. B. 
Clark. B. T. 
Dai el, C B. 
Daniel. W K 
Dickens, Wade II. 
Green, <;. C 
llarrell. II. It., Jr. 
Knight, W. L. 
Stainhack. A. B. 
Sledge. W. W. 

Wendell— 
ii tor, E. E. 
McLean, C E 

Rhode,. W II 

Wentworth — 
I'enn. Hunter EC 

West Jenerson — 
Bowie, Thomas C. 

Whitakers— 
Taylor, G. w. 

Whltevllle— 

ly, 1, \' 

I 
Mi K.i lv. n, n. maid. 
r I. Waller. 

Proctor, !' i\ 
Bchuuten, m ii 
Schulken, 1 B 
'i id i: m 
Tucker, I B. 

Wllkesboro— 
. i I \ 

C It. 
Gllbi C '• 

• it N 

lleTidnii, I' B 
Mi i .1 

I 

It- old •. Il"iiry. 

WllllamitoB— 

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PRACTICING I ATTORNEYS 



Wilmington — 
Bellamy, C. C. 
Bellamy, .T. D., Jr. 
Bellamy, M. B. 

Bellamy, .T. 1 >. 
Bellamy, Win M. 
Bellamy, Emmett. 
Bridges, B. H. 
Bryan, E. K. 
Burton, E. T. 
Campbell, W. B. 
Dickson, R. D. 
Cole, Nathan. 
Cox, E. B. 
Davis, C. H. 
Davis, Thos. W. 
Empie, S. M. 
Eure, S. E. 
Gafford. J. W. 
Goodman, Louis. 
Grady, R. G. 
Grant, L. C. 
Hatehell, J. B. 
Head, J. P. 
Heyer, Henry. 
Hogue, C. D. 
Howell, G. H. 
Hummell, L. R. 
Johnston, J. T. 
Jones, W. F. 
Kellum, Woodus. 
King, J. C. 
Little, Joseph. 
Loftin, S. E. 
MeClammy, Herbert. 
Burgin, K. O. 
McKay, W. B. 
McNorton, John, A. 
Cashwell. C. C. 
Mears, Iredell. 
Newcomb, Harris. 
Peschau, Geo. L. 
RicaucI, A. G. 
Rodgers, H. E. 
Rodgers, Lilian M. 
Rountree, George. 
Carr, J. O. 
Poisson, L. J. 
Ruark, Robert. 
Scull, J. H. 
Shepard. A. H. 
Smith. W. L. 
Turner, W. P. M. 
We iks, C. D. 
Williams, A. S. 
Wright, I. C. 
Stevens, J. A. 
Warren, S. B. 
Wilson— 

Brinkley, R. L. 
Bruton, J. F. 
Connor, H. G., Jr. 
Deans, A. B. 
Diekins, A. E. 
Dickinson, O. P. 
Finch, W. A. 
Harris, Clyde. 
Hassell, F. S. 
Hill, D. M. 
Isear, D. W. 



Lucas, W. A. 
Mewborn, S. G. 
Mintz, R. F. 
Strickland, M. S. 
Swindell, F. D. 
Tomlinson, Geo. W. 
I /.ell, Thos. R. 
Whitaker, W. P., Jr. 
Woodard, J. E. 

Windsor- 
Craig, Farming. 

Davenport, J. W. 

Gatling, J. M. 

Gillam, M. B. 

Mathews, J. H. 

Pritchett, J. A. 

Sissoms, C. B. 

Winston, F. D. 
Winston-Salem — 

Alexander, J. E. 

Baldwin, F. T. 

Beckerdite, W. H. 

Benbrow, F. B. 

Benbow, J. T. 

Bennett, S. J. 

Blair, Wm. A. 

Braddy, G. W. 

Bridges, A. R. (Col.) 

Brinkley. W. G. 

Brown, E. G. 

Caup, Z. C. 

Clement. J. H. 

Conn, Fred J. 

Cox, Foster N. 

Craige, Burton. 

Craver, J. B. 

Deal, Roy L. 

Edmundson, H. M. (Col.) 

Eftrd, Oscar O. 

Elledge, Archie. 

Eller, A. H. 

Ferguson, L. W. 

Ferrell, W. L., Jr. 

Fitts, J. S. (Col.) 

Fulton, J. Irving. 

Gray, E. E. 

Hackler, J. F. 

Hall, S. E. 

Hamilton, Charles E. 

Hanes, P. Frank. 

Harris, J. J. 

Hartman, W. V. 

Hastings, G. H. 

Hege, George O. 

Helsabeck, Charles R. 

Hendren, W. M. 

Holton, A. E. 

Holton, G. A. 

Hollingsworth, J. W. 

Horton, Phin, Jr. 

Hudson, H. G. 

Hutchins, Fred S. 

Jones, E. B. 

Johnson, W. Reade. 

Kallam, T. W. 

Kelly. R. C. 

Lanier, J. S. (Col.) 

Liipfert, B. R. 



Manly, Clement. 

Martin, L. K. 

McKaughn, L. C. 

McMichael, C. O. 

McMichael, J. E. 

Miles, F. G. 

Montague, H. 

Mott, M. L., Jr. 

Morris, W. L. 

Nance, Mrs. D. H. 

Nance, D. A. 

Nance, J. H. 

Parker, Raymond G. 

Parrish, F. M. 

Parrish, Fred M. 

Poindexter, C. B. 

Porter, William. 

Ratcliff, H. M. 

Ripple, H. C. 

Sams, A. F. 

Sapp, H. O. 

Scott, L. V. 

Shapiro, Moses. 

Slawter, John D. 

Starbuck, II. R. 

Stephenson, G. T. 

Stevens, C. W. 

Stockton, R. G. 

Swink, L. M. 

Tavis, B. C. 

Vaughn, R. C. 

"Vogler, Chas. A. 

Wall, L. B. 

Wallace, J. C. 

Watson, T. W. 

Webster, F. L. 

Whicker, J. Herbert. 

Williams, S. Clay. 

Williams. F. W. (Col.) 

Wilson, W. T. 

Womble, B. S. 

Yates. E. P. 
Winterville — 

Worthington, S. O. 
Winton— 

Boone, W. D. 

Bridger, R. C. 

Daniel, W. L. 

Eure, T. A. 

Jones. C. W. 

Mitchell, A. S. 

Vann, J. E. 
Yadkinville — 

Hanes, F. W. 

Eaton, P. B. 

Puryear. R. C. 

Reece, D. M. 

Williams. S. C. 

Reavis. Wade. 
Yanceyvillc — 

Carlton and Unchurch. 

Johnston, Julius. 

Wilson, R. T. 
Youngsville — 

Lumpkins, W. L. 
Zebulon — 

House, A. B. 

Whitley. J. B. 

Whicker, J. Hubert. 



Secretaries of State 



1777 — James Glasgow. 
1778— William WTiite. 
1811— William Hill. 
1859— Rufus H. Page. 
1863— J. P. H. Russ. 
1864 — Charles R. Thomas. 
1866— R. W. Best. 
1868 — Henry J. Menninger. 
1872— William H. Howerton. 



1877 — Joseph A. Engelhard. 

1881 — William L. Saunders. 

1885 — William L. Saunders. 

1889 — William L. Saunders. 

1891— Oct. Coke. 

1893— Oct. Coke. 

1895— Chas. M. Cooke. 

1897 — Cyrus Thompson. 

1901-'05-'09-'13-'17-'21 — J. Bryan Grimes. 

1923— W. N. Everett. 



PRACTICING PHYSICIANS 



Practicing Physicians in North Carolina 



ALAMANCE COUNTY. 

C. A. Anderson, Burlington. 

T. A. Bohanan, Burlington. 

R. E. Brooks, Burlington. 

S. W. Caddell, Elon College. 

T. S. Faucette. Burlington. 

Lacy Foust, Snow Camp. 

Richard A. Freeman, Burling- 
ton. 

W. R. Goley, Graham. 

Graham Harden, Burlington. 

W. L. Iseley, Burlington. R. 
F. D. 

C. E. Kernodle, Elon College. 

C. W. McPherson, Burlington. 

Robt. G. McPherson, Saxa- 
pahaw. 

II. M. Montgomery, Burling- 
ton. 

W. D. Moser, Burlington. 

J. R. Parker. Burlington. 

(). .T. Parrish. Graham. 

John A. Pickett, Burlington, 
R. F. D. 

S. F. Scott. Union Ridge. 

C. E. Spoon, Burlington, 
R. F. D. 

Clarence Spoon, Graham. 
W. N. Tate. Mehane. 
I. N. Taylor. Graham. 

I. M. Thompson. Mehane. 
R. M. Troxler, Burlington. 

D. T. Tyson, Mebane. 

Lee A. Walker. Burlington. 
Walter E. Walker. Burlington. 

C. M. Walters, Burlington. 
G. S. Watson, Elon College. 
J. C. Wilkins, Haw River. 
N. D. York. Mebane. 

ALEXANDER COUNTY. 
Thos. H. Crouch, Stony Point. 
Thomas D. Crouch, Taylors- 

ville. 
S. T. Crowson. Taylorsville. 

A. M. Edwards. Taylorsville. 

E. S. King, HIddenite. 

D. H. Leeper, Hiddenite. 
Asa Thurston. Taylorsville. 

ALLEGHANY COUNTY. 

B. O. Choate. Sparta. 
Left Choate. Sparta. 

J. L. Doughton, Sparta. 
G. F. Duncan, Sparta. 

A. Osborn, Laurel Springs, 
R. 1. 

ANSON COUNTY. 

C. I. Allen, Wadesboro. 

E. S. Ashe, Wadesboro. 
W. W. Barrett. Peachland. 
J. M. Boyce, Polkton. 

J. H. Bennett. Wadesboro 
E. L. Thomas, Wadesboro, 
.T. M. Dunlap, Ansonville. 
Cary F. Harris, Ansonville. 
J. E. Hart. Wadesboro. 

B. .T. McCoogan, McFarlan. 
J. D. Maynard. Wadesboro. 

II. B. Moore, Morven. 

R D Ross. Wadesboro. 
L. C. Smith. Polkton. 
E. L. Thomas. Wadesboro. 

(Col.) 
J. L. Wyatt. Lilesville. 
ASHE COUNTY. 
Roby Blackburn, Todd. 
W. R. Blackburn, B 

Creek. 
Manly Blevins. W. Ji Bfei on 
T. J. Call, Hopkins. 
J. W. Colvart, Jefferson. 



W. R. Graham. Todd. 
J. B. Heggerman. Todd. 

A. L. Junes. Helton. 
T. J. Jones, Lansing. 

T. Lester Jones. Lansing. 
Lester Long. Laurel Springs. 
S. E. Pennington. Sturgills. 
S. L. Perkins. Jefferson. 
C. R. Ray, Beaver Creek. 
Everett Reams, W. Jefferson. 

B. E. Reeves, W. Jefferson. 
W. J. Robinson, Cn 
Leonidas C. Smith. Polkton. 
J. C. Testerman. Jefferson. 
B. W. Tugman. Warrensville. 

B. C. Waddle. Grassy Creek. 

AVERY COUNTY. 
W. B. Burleson. Plumtree. 
Leonard Coffey, Cragg. 
Dr. Davidson, Newland. 
J. M. Hodges. Cranberry. 
T. J. Profflt, Elk Park. 
R. C. Jacobs. Belhaven. 
E. R. Sloop. Crossnore. 
W. C. Tate. Banner Eik. 

BEAUFORT COUNTY. 
W. T. Bebee, Washington. 
J. R. Bonner, Aurora. 
E M Brown. Washington. 
Wm. J. Bullock. Belhaven. 
Henry W. Car'-er. Washington. 
J. V. W. Cordice, Aurora. 
E S. Credle. Pantego. 
R. T. Gallagher, Washington. 

C. C. Jackson, Pinetown. 
R C. Jacobs. Belhaven. 
Oswold KatYr. Edward. 

D Kluttz. Washington. 
J M. Lloyd. Washington. 
N B. Marrlner. Belhaven 
J L. Nicholson. Washington. 
Jno T. Nicholson. Bath. 
P A. Nicholson, Washington. 
S. T. Nicholson, Washington. 
W T Potter. Aurora. 
Jno C. Rodman, Washington. 
Louis Swindell, Washington. 
David T. Tayloe. Washington. 
I> 'I' Tayloe, Jr.. Washington. 
Joshua Tayloe. Washington. 
.1 w Williams. Washington. 
C. T. Windley. Belhai n 

BERTIE COUNTY. 
R. F. lienthall, Aulandcr. 

A. Capehart, Roxobel. 
W. i'. ('ami. Wind 
i, r. Evans, Wind i 

l-'. n. Garris, Lewiston. 

p. c. Jenkins. BoxobeL 

II. w. Lyon, Windsor 
i, \ Nowell, Colerain, 

.1 i, Pritchard. Windsor. 

.1 B. Ruffln, Powellsvllle. 

s a Saunders. Aulander. 

C. .1 Sawyer, Windsor. 

BLADEN COUNTY. 

q ]■■ Bullard Ellzabethtown. 

i> n Clai I i ton. 

B, S, Clark. Clarkton 
It. s, Cromai 

i ii i>,- vane I » adl*. 

A B II" 1 ' I 

S. s. Hutchison, B 

BRUNSWICK COUNTY. 
J, m Boyette, Bouthi 
,i \ Doshei 
W, u Goley, 

1 1 i. \\ .it .mi. South] 



BUNCOMBE COUNTY. 

J. L. \ lai 

P v 
I G. And It. 3 

I. J. Archer, Black I 
G. T. Baler. J 

W. E. BakiT. Ardi n 
Geo C. Battle, Ashevllle. 
s. w. Battle. 
Louis ii Bea H 

tain. 
Chas. Beers. Ashi ville. 
Blsch, A h . 

II. II. Brlggs, Ashevllle. 
II. c. Brookshl 

II. II. Brown, 
w. G, Browi \ 

H. II. Bryant, Asb ■ 

i. M. Buckner, Swannanoa. 

K. i ;. Buckner. Aahi i 

II. W. Calloway, Ashevllle. 

R. S. Carroll. Ashevllle 

c, n w. Colby. Ash ville. 
T. P. ili 

Chas. Harwell Cocl 
ville. 

E. R. Cocke, Ashevllle. 
J. E. Cock 'He. 
C. B, Coil rtlle. 

J. M i i ird. Ashevllle. 
\ i. Deuchfleld. a 
\V. L. Dunn, Ash. i 

0. F. Echels, Ash. ville. 
li. O. i i rtlle. 
L. w. Eli rtlle. 

r i; Flack Uhertlle. 
M. II. i Ashevllle. 

r f. Fra 

\v. M. Fresh. Weavervllle. 
i ; 1 1 Gardner, Uhi ville. 
i n Gill. Weaven Ule. 
W. It. Grantham, Ashevllle. 
jos. Bi ii. Green, \ rtlle. 
W. It. Griffin, Aahei 

F. W. Griffith, A-h. -ville. 

1, M Griffith '. 
w P. II- 

W. I> Hilliard. 

w. M. Hollldi 

J, II. Unit. Ashevllle. 

J. W. Holt, Ashevllle. 

W. J. Hunnli utt. \ i rtlle, 

C. S 

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tain. 
M .i. Lord, \ 
Jam. Mad 

rtlle. 

I. MM' 

C \\ Mi Cr« In ■ 
Mr. Meachan. Ashevllle 
\l C UUllem 
B H Ml 

i. a Miller, \ 

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PRACTICING PHYSICIANS 



R. C. Scott. Asheville. 
J. M. Parker. Asheville. 

D. E. Sevier, Asheville. 
J. T. Sevier. Asheville. 
is. E. Smith. Asheville. 
M. L. Stevens. Asheville 
G. S. Tennent, Asheville. 

E. B. Thompson. Asheville. 
A V. Toole. Asheville. 

J. W. Walker. Asheville. 
IT. B. Weaver. Asheville. 
W. .1. Weaver. Leicester. 
W. Montford Avon. Asheville. 
E. Wilder, Asheville. 
A. P. Willis. Candler. 

Winston. Ashevile. R. 2. 
C. S. Zimmerman. Asheville. 

BURKE COUNTY. 

James R. Anderson, Morgan- 
ton. 
C. M. Billings, Morganton. 

C. O. Bristowe, Morganton. 
Dr. Edwards, Morganton. 

T. V. Goode, Rutherford Col- 
lege. 

W. Herbert Kibler, Morganton. 

Benjamin L. Long, Glen Al- 
pine. 

John McCampbell, Morganton. 

Edward W. Phifer, Morganton. 

Joseph B. Riddle, Morganton. 

Issac M. Taylor, Morganton. 

James W. Vernon, Morganton. 

Fonso B. Watbins, Morganton. 

CABARRUS COUNTY. 

J. A. Bangle, Concord. 
W. R. Brandon. Kannapolis. . 
S. E. Buchanan. Concord. 
J. J. Bunn, Mount Pleasant. 
L. N. Burleyson, Cabarrus. 

D. G. Caldwell. Concord. 
H H. Caudle, Kannapolis. 
H. A. Cease. Concord. 
Jas. W. Flowe, Kannapolis. 
Frank Flowe, Kannapolis. 

M. A. Foil, Mount Pleasant. 
G. J. Gougher. Concord. 
S. A. Grier, Harrisburg. 
J. A. Hartsell. Concord. 
R. M. King, Concord. 
P. H. Lee. Concord. 
P. R. McFayden, Concord. 
Harry Morrison, Harrisburg. 
John A. Patterson, Concord 
W. D. Pemberton, Concord. 
T. F. Pharr. Concord. 
R. B. Rankin, Kannapolis. 
S. W. Rankin. Concord. 
J. F. Reed, Concord. 
J. E. Smoot. Concord. 
J. C. Sossoman, Midland. 
W. H. Wadsworth, Concord. 

F. H. Watkins, Concord. 
I. A. Yow, GeorgevUle. 

CALDWELL COUNTY. 

G. H. Carter, Kings Creek, R.l. 
L. H. Coffey. Lenoir. 

O. J. Corpening. Granite Falls. 
J. O. Deal. Granite Falls. 

A. G. Dula. Lenoir. 

B. G. Flowers, Granite Falls. 
R. F. D. 3. 

A. IV Goodman. Lenoir. 
Mark Hickman. Hudson. 
A. F. Houck, Lenoir. 
A. D. Jones, Granite Falls. 
A. A. Kent, Lenoir. 
W. D. Lovitt. Globe. 
Caroline McNairy. Lonoir. 
W. I. Pitts, Lenoir. 

C. L. Robbins. Lenoir. 

C. R. Russell, Granite Falls. 
W. M. White. Lenoir. 
C. L. Wilson. Lenoir. 



CAMDEN COUNTY. 

Ray Spencer, South Mills. 

W. L. Stevens, Shiloh. 

S. G. Wright. Indiantown. 

CARTERET COUNTY. 

Geo. Davis, Beaufort. 

J. J. Davis, Atlantic. 

C. L. Duncan, Beaufort. 

C. G. Ferebee, Morehead City. 

M. W. Ball. Newport. 

C. N. Mason, Newport, R. 
F. D. 

C. S. Maxwell. Beaufort. 

<'. I.. Gotland, Beaufort. 

B. F. Royal], Morehead City. 

J. W. Sanders. Ocean. 

Sanford W. Thompson, More- 
head City. 

Chas L. Swindel. Beaufort. 

E B. Whitehurst. Marshall- 
burg. 

CASWELL COUNTY. 

J. F. Badgett, Pelham, No. 1 
Sumpter George, Pelham, No. 

B. B. McDade. Corbett. 
o. A. Malloy, Yanceyville 

J- A Pinnix, Corbett. R F D 

J- F. Swann, Semora. 

F. P. Tucker. Milton. 

K. F. Warren. Prospect Hill. 

CATAWBA COUNTY. 
H. L. Abernethy. Hickory. 
V\. G. Bandy, Maiden. 
T. C. Blackburn, Hickory 
las. R. Camubell, Nivvton 
« ■ H. Ererhardt, Newtcn 
Geo. Flowers. Hickorv. 
h rank Foard, Hickory, R F D 
£. T. Ford, Hickory, R. l. 
K. C. Hermon. Conover. 

F. L. Herman, Conover. 
O. L. Hollar, Hickory. 
Chas. Hunsucker. Hickory 
Flint Klutz, Maiden 

P. J. Klutz, Maiden. 

C. A. Little, Catawba. 
Fred Y. Long. Catav?ba. 
Glenn Long, Newton. 

H. C. Menzies. Hickorv. 
Wm. H. Nicholson. Hickory. 
K. A. Price, Hickory. 
H. E, Rowe, Newton. 
R. H. Rowe. Hickory. 

G. W. Shipp, Newton. 
W. T. Shipp. Newton. 
J. H. Shuford, Hickory. 
P. M. Smith, Hickory. 

F. L. Stevenson, Hickory. 
T. F. Stevenson, Hickory. 
Geo. H. West, Newton. 
J. C. Whiteside, Maiden. 
J. H. Yount, Newton. 

CHATHAM COUNTY. 

W. M. Burns. Goldston. 
N ■ B. Chapin, Pittsnoro. 
H. A. Denson. Bennett. 
J. D. Edwards. Siler City. 
R. M. Fields. Goldston. 
T. A. Kirkman, Siler City. 
Patrick D. Laster. Moncure. 
R. W. Palmer. Gulf. 
W. Clyde Thomas, Siler City. 
C. G. Upchurch, Apex, R.F.D. 

CHEROKEE COUNTY. 

J. F. Abernethy. Murphy. 
N. B. Adams, Murphy. 
T. P. Briggs, Grandview. 
S. C. Heighway, Murphy. 
S. B. Henry, Suit. 

F. L. Herbert. Andrews. 

G. M. Young. Postelle. 
J. N Hill. Murphy. 



Sam McLemore. Murphy. R. 3. 
Wm. C. Mason. Culberson. 

B. B. Meroney, Murphy. 
W. C. Morrow, Andrews. 

C. V. Orr, Andrews. 

S. B. Patton. Culberson. 
W. O. Patton, Murphy. 
J. B. Smart. Andrews. 
J. E. Tidwell, Andrews. 
H. N. Wells. Murphy. 

CHOWAN COUNTY. 

H. M. S. Cason. Edenton. 
R. Dillard. Edenton. 
Oscar L Holley, Edenton. 
W. A. Leggett. Edenton. 
A. H. Lindorne, Tyner. 
J. W. Warren. Edenton. 
M. P. Whichard, Edenton. 

CLAY COUNTY. 
W. H. Herbert. Warne. 
P. B. Killian. Hayesville. 
M. J. May. Hayesville. 
J. M. Sullivan. Hayesville. 
Dr. Wood. Warne. 

CLEVELAND COUNTY. 

J. E. Anthony. Kings Moun- 
tain. 
J. P. Aydlette. Earl. 
C. O. Champion, Mooresboro. 
R. C. Ellis, Shelby. 
O. G. Falls, Kings Mountain. 
E. W. Gibbs, Shelby. 
G. M. Gold, Shelby, R. 5. 
T. B. Gold. Lawndale. 
Dr. Grigg, Shelby. 
W. T. Grigg, Lawndale. 
A. F. Hambright. Grover. 
J. Y. Hamrick, Boiling Springs. 
T. G. Hamrick, Shelby. 
J. S. Hood. Kings Mountain. 
J. G. Hord. Kings Mountain. 

E. A. Houser. Fallston. 
J. F. Hunt. Casar. 

F. H. Lackey. Fallston. 
E. B. Lattimore, Shelby. 
L. V. Lee, Lattimore. 

A. L. Lord. Shelby. 

T. E. McBrayer. Shelby. 
W. F. Mitchell. Shelby. 
Geo. Oates. Grover. 
J. R. Osborne, Shelby. 

B. H. Palmer, Shelby. 
S. S. Royster. Shelby. 

J. W. Wood, Boiling Springs. 

COLUMBUS COUNTY. 

Leaman Baggett, Tabor. 
J. F. Blake. Chadbourne. 
Grover S. Cox, Tabor. 
J. S. Cox, Tabor. 
W. H. Crowell, Yineland. 

C. Dillard. Chadbourn. 
J. W. Floyd, Tabor. 

L. D. Floyd. Cerro Gordo. 
Flovd Johnson, Whiteville. 
H. B. Maxwell. Whiteville. 
T. V. Moore. Acme. 
J. S. Norman. Boardman. 
R. C. Sadler. Yineland. 
W. F. Smith, Chadbourn. 
J. R. Thomson. Lake W 7 acca- 

maw. 
R. B. Whitaker. Vineland. 

CRAVEN COUNTY 

E. C. Armstrong, New Bern. 
C. S. Barker. New Bern. 

G. A. Caton. New Bern. 
R. L. Daniels. New Bern. 
Lewister Duffy. New Bern. 
R. Nixon Duffy. New Bern. 
James Duguid. Yanceboro. 
E. W. Dunn, New Bern. 

H. W. Fisher. New Bern. 
N. M. Gibbs. New Bern. 
W. L. Hand. New Bern. 



PRACTICING Tin SICIANS 



F. W. Hughes. New Rem, 
P. C. Jackson. New Bern. 
11. I>. V. Jones, New Bern. 
Dr. Latham. Bridgeton. 
\V. Mann, New Bern. 
C. N. Mason, N. Harlowe. 
R. O. Milbee, Cove City. 
H. S. Moore, New Ber.i. 
8. B. Parker. New Bern. 
J. F. Patterson, New Bern. 
R. A. Pollock. Nrw Bern. 
F. L. Potts, Vanceboro. 
R. S. Primrose, New Bern. 
Walter Watsop New Bern. 
Harvey Wadsworth. New Bern. 
\V A. Stroud. Dover. 
J. P. Stanley. New Bern. 
J. F. Rhem. New iVrn. 

CUMBERLAND COUNTY. 
B A Algood, Fayetteville. 
K. G. Averitt, Cedar Creek. 
Dr Bradford, Hope Mills. 
H L. Cook, Jr.. Fayetteville. 
R L Gainey. Fayetteville. 
W. Gainey. Favetteville. 
B H Henderson. Fayetteville. 
Dacosta Highsmith. Fayette- 

ville 
J F Highsmith. Fayetteville 
Sea\ y Highsmith. Fayetteville. 
W S Jordan. Fayetteville. 
E ' W. Larkin. Fayeterille. 
J M. Lilly. Fayetteville. 
R L. Pittman, Fayetteville. 
.7 V McGougan. Fayetteville. 
-.V P McKay, Fayetteville 
O ' G McKethan. Fayetteville. 
,T ' A McKethan. Fayetteville. 
J W. McLean, Godwin, 
i \v McNeill, Fayetteville. 
p N Melcher, Fayetteville. 
VV C Melcher. Fayetteville. 
W C Melvin. Linden. 
P M. Olive. Wade. 
R L Pittman. Fayetteville. 
W R. Rainey, Fayetteville. 
M I* Smoot, Fayetteville. 
N 1L Rtvron, Fayetteville. 
j' R. Vann. Fayetteville 
W C Verdery, Fayetteville. 
T M West. Fayetteville. 

CURRITUCK COUNTY. 
J M. Newbern. Jarvisburg. 
Stuart Mann. Moyock. 

Baum, Poplar Branch. 

H. Cowell. SI 
,,. T GriP-gs. Poplar Rrancn. 

DARE COUNTY. 
Geo L. Carrington, Avon. 

[,. v , . ., Mallti'u. 

Hughes B Hoyle, Manteo. 

W W. Johnson, Manteo. 

DAVIDSON COUNTY. 

A. Anderson, Dentoc. 

A Bulla, Jackson HIL'. 

C A Julian. The aasville. 

j' m Rothrock, Thomasville. 

C C Phillips, Wallburg. 

m .1 Buchai an U til ston. 

;• m ciodfelter, Lrxmnt.ni. 

Ii t Hill, Lexington. 

W L Hill, Lexington, 

p ., Mock, i ll - •■> 

,\ i . Plun ir, I lenton 

C I' Siiarpe, Lexington. 

.1 a Bmlth, Lexington. 

,T R. 4'erry, Lexington 

v* 3 ' tal Lexi 

K.' v Yokely, Thomasville. 

A A. York, Southm 

K TJ Zimmerman, Lexington 

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DAVIE COUNTY. 

A. B. Byerlv. Cooleemee. 
J. M. Cain. Callah; 



B. C. Clement, Moi :. rillo. 
Dr. Grei a, idvanc it 'i 
W. C .Martin. Mock 
Clyde Nicholson. Harmony, R. 2. 
.7 W. Rodwell, Mocksvillo. 
T. T. Watkins, Advanci . 
DUPLIN COUNTY. 
Ransom Lee Carr Rose Hill. 
J, W. Carroll, Wallice. 
\Y. i>. Crocker. Waisan. 
.1. W. Farrior, Wai 
G. W. Kennedy, Beulaville. 
.1. V. Landin, Chinauapin. 
J. F. Maxwell, rink Mill. 
J. X. Morton, Faison. 
R. F. Quhin. Magnolia. 
J. D. Robinson, Wallace 
V. N. Seawall. Pai 
J. M. Williams. Warsaw. 

R. C. William,. « a 

DURHAM COUNTY. 
Clamli A, Adams, Durham. 
R. H. Baynes, Durham. 
M. T. Adkins. Durham. 
N. D. Bitting. Durham. 
X. l>. Boddie. Durham. 
L. S. Booker. Durham. 
W. II. Boone, Durham. 
E. II. Bowling, Durham. 

A. C. Boyles. Roueemont. 
B i Brook Durham. 
D. F,. Caldwell. Dun 

N. L. Coiner. Durhai i 
W. M. Coppege, Durham. 
u B. Darden, Durham. 
Clyde Donnell, Durham. 

B. W. Fassett. Durham. 
R. L. Felts. Durha 
Joseph Graham. Durham. 
W. II. Grimm, Dui i 

C. S. Hicks. Durham, 
W. N. Hicks, I nil ham. 

w HoP 'way, Durham. 
■ R. L. Holloway. W. Durham. 

N M Johi I '"i ha: i. 

A. C. Jordan, Durl 

T. C Kearns, W. Durham. 

M. N. King, Durha 

D. K. Lockhart, Durusm. 
I) t Long, Durham. 

E H. Lyon, Durh i 

E !' McCless. Durham. 

S. Dae- Mi Pherson, Durham. 

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A M M 'e, Durh 

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Mike Etobi ' 

, , 'i Ross, E Durham. 

,1 |. : sheel i Durham. 

C n Sh oherd, Durham. 

,1. E Shuler, E. Durl 

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M. E. Lane, Pinel 

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\ \i Long, Winston Salem. 
ll s Lott, Winston -Salem. 

C. W. "Minims. Winston Salem 
Robert A. Moore, Winston- 
Salem. 

Iln! , it. I". Hunt, Winston- 
Salem. 

J. R. Paddison, Kernersville. 
Bi ^ 56. 

J R. Perkins, Winston-Salem. 

S. F. Pfohl. Winston. Salem. 
\ II. Ray, Winston- Salem. 

M. B. Raymer, Winston- Salem. 

T. C. Redfern, Winston- 
Salem. 

J. P. Rousseau, Winston- 
Salem. 

Lee R. Salmons. Winston- 
Salem. 

O. P. Schaub, Winston-Salem. 

P. O. Sballert. Winston-Salem. 

J. I. Slate, Winston-Salem. 

E. W. Smith. Winston-Salem. 

E. H. Spainhour, Winston- 
Salem. 

Thomas . Sparrow, Winston- 
Salem. 

D. C. Speas, Winston -Salem. 
W. (>. Spencer, Winston-Salem. 
W. C. Sterling, Winston-Salem 

E. F. Strickland, Bethania. 

E. S. Thompson. Winston- 
Salem. 

A. DeT. Talk, Winston- 
Salem. 

R. L. Wall. Winston-Salem. 

J. B. Whittington, Winston- 
Salem. 

J. C. Wiggins, Winston- Salem. 

J. C. Williams. Winston-Salem. 

J. C. Williamson, Winston- 
Salem. 

W. Wyatt, Winston-Salem. 

W. E. Young, Winston-Salem. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

H. M. Beam, Wood. 

E. H. Bobbitt. Frank! in ton. 

S. P. Burt. Louisburg. 

J. I',. Davis. Louisburg. 

,T. IT. Harris. Franklinton. 

R. B. Henderson, Franklinton. 

B. C. Johnson, Bunn. 

H. H. Johnson, Louisburg. 
M. C. King, Franklinton. 
J. E. Malone, Louisburg. 
J. O. Newell, Louisburg. 

C. V. Timberlake, Youngsville. 
R. E. Timberlake, Youngsville. 
J. B. Williams, Gupton. 

A. R. Winston, Franklinton. 
R. F. Yarborough, Louisburg. 

GASTON COUNTY. 

C. E. Adams. Gastonia. 

Jas. A. Anderson, Gastonia. 

J. L. Blair, Gastonia. 

M. F. Boyles, Dallas. 

J. W. Campbell, Gastonia. 

R. S. Clinton, Gastonia. 

A. M. Crouch, Gastonia. 

W. W. Davis, Belmont. 

C. O. DeLaney, Gastonia. 
J. A. Dimmette, Gastonia. 
II. M. Eddleman, Gastonia. 

H. T. Erwin, Gastonia, (Col.) 

D. A. Garrison, Gastonia. 
II. F. Glenn, Gastonia. 

L. N. Glenn, Gastonia. 
W. II. Houser, Cherryville. 
A. W. Howell. Cherryville. 
W. B. Hunter, Gastonia. 
.Tno. H. Jenkins, Gastonia. 
Lee Johnson, Sub Station No. 

1, Gastonia. 
C. E. Lyday. Gastonia. 



McCombs, Gastonia. 

Pugh, Gastonia. 
McCoy, Mount Holly. 
McLean, Gastonia. 

Miller, Gastonia. 

Nolan, Gastonia. 
Oates, Belmont. 
Patrick, Gastonia. 

Pressley, Belmont. 
Rhyne, Gastonia. 
Robinson, Lowell. 
Self. Cherryville. 

Taylor, Stanley. 
Wilkins, Dallas 

I'. Wynters, Gastonia, 



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(Col.) 

GATES COUNTY. 

T. W. Blanchard. Hobbsville. 
E. F. Corbell. Sunbury. 
Geo. D. Williams, Gatesvllle. 

GRAHAM COUNTY. 

George F. Brock, Brock. 
M. T. Maxwell, Robbinsville. 
Oscar W. Patton, Robbinsville. 

A. T. Sties. Tapoco. 
GRANVILLE COUNTY. 

L, W. Anderson. Oxford. 
T. L. Booth. Oxford. 

B. W. Bullock, Oxford. 
J. H. Bullock, Hester. 
S. H. Cannady, Oxford. 
Parrott R. Hardee, Stem. 

E. B. Meadows. Oxford. R. 1. 
J. A. Morris, Oxford. R. 2. 
G. T. Sikes, Creedmoor. 
Wm. Taylor, Stovall. 
Nelson Thomas, Oxford. 
G. S. Watkins. Oxford. 
Jos. Thompson, Creedmoor. 

GREENE COUNTY. 

J. L. Carroll, Hookerton. 
Earl Dawson, Hookerton. 
G. C. Edwards. Hookerton. 
J. H. Harper, Snow Hill. 
N. A. Marlowe, Walstonhurg. 
W. B. Murphv. Snow Hill. 
W. W. Whittington. Snow Hill. 

GUILFORD COUNTY. 

W. C. Ashworth. Greensboro. 
J. W. Austin. High Point. 
H. T. Aydlett. Greensboro. 
J. T. J. Rattle. Greensboro. 
W. P. Beall, Greensboro. 
P.. W. Best, Greensboro. 

C. W. Best. Greensboro. 
Jos. S. Betts, Greensboro. 
P. Bowman, Greensboro. 
J. H. Boyles. Greensboro. 

W. G. Bradshaw. High Point. 
J. T. Burress, High Point. 
L. T. Burress, High Point. 
L. G. Coble. Greensboro. 
S. S. Coe, High Point. 
W. F. Cole, Greensboro. 
A. M. Cove, Normal College, 

Greensboro. 
T. C. Crammer, Ramseur. 
W. E. Crutchfied, Greensboro. 
W. C. Davis, Summerfield. 
R (' Dees. Greensboro. 
R. O. Dees. Greensboro. 
J. E. Dellinger, Greensboro. 
J. V Dick. Gibsonvile. 
IT. H. Dodson, Greensboro. 
V. E. Edwards, Stokesdale. 
I'.. T. Field. Greensboro. 
P. W. Flagge, Jamestown. 
A F. Fortune, Greensboro. 
I. E. Foscue, Jamestown. 
M. F. Fox, Guiford College. 
A. E. Frazier. High Point. 
A. J. H. Gaylord. High Point. 
G. A. Gerron, High Point. 
C. S. Gilmer. Greensboro, R. 6. 
■T. II. Glasscock, Greensboro. 



A \[. Cove, Greensboro. 

C. S. Grayson. High Point. 

A. B. Greenwood. Greensboro. 

E. Harrison. Greensboro. 
W. K. Hartsel, Greensboro. 
J. J. Hilton, Greensboro. 

D. W. Holt, Greensboro. 
W. T. Holt. McLeansvile. 
W IT. Hughes. Greensboro. 
F C. Hyatt, Greensboro. 
H. B. Hyatt. High Point. 
W. L. Jackson. High Point. 
J. P. Jarbo. Greensboro. 

W. M. Jones. Greensboro. 
James A. Keiger, Greensboro. 
J. F. Kernolde, Greensboro. 
R. P. Knight. Greensboro. 

', l' etter. Greensboro. 
Chas. T. Lipscomb, Greensboro. 
J. W. Long, Greensboro. 

B. K. Lvon. Greensboro. 

W. J. McAnally. High Point. 
J. F. McCracken, Guilford 
College. 

C. E. McManus. High Point. 
I. T. Mann, High Point, 

W. J. Meadows, Greensboro. 

E. R. Michaux. Greensboro. 
May S. Miles, Greensboro. 

A. T. Mills, Guilford College. 
C. E. Moore, Greensboro. 
Chas. W. Mosely. Greensboro. 
G. W. Norman. Greensboro. 
F J. Pate. Greensboro. 
A L. Petree. Greensboro. 
A A. Phipps, Whittsett. R. 1. 
H. C. Pitts. High Point. 

F. O. Plunkett. Greensboro, 
R. 6. 

C. R. Reaves, Greensboro. 
R. G. Reaves, Greensboro, 
W. I*. Reaves. Greensboro. 

C. E. Reitzel, High Point. 
W. J. Richardson, Greensboro. 
Geo. B. Roberson. Greensboro. 
Chas. Roberson. Greensboro. 

J. T. Rieves. Greensboro. 
Walter W. Rowe, Greensboro. 
S. P. Sebastian, Greensboro. 
R. A. Schoonover. Greensboro. 
P. A. Sharpe. Greensboro. 

F. C. Sharpe. High Point. 
L L, Simmons, Greensboro. 
A. T. Smith. Greensboro. 
Owen Smith. High Point. 
A. O. Spoon. Greensboro. 

L. C. Spoon. Greensboro. 

D. A. Stanton. High Point. 
Enoch L. Stamey. Greensboro. 
T. M. Stanton. High Point. 

H. F. Starr. Greensboro. 
C. C. Stewart. Greensboro. 
J. T. Stewart. Summerfield. 
J. W. Tankersley. Greensboro. 

C. W. Taylor. Stokesdale. 
F. R. Taylor. High Point. 
.T. G. Thomas. Greensboro. 
T. P. Turner. Greensboro. 
T. C. Waddy. Greenshoro. 
T. B. Walker. Gibsonville. 

A. C. Whitaker. Julian. 

Geo. W. Whitsett. Greensboro. 
Buxton B. Williams. Greens- 
horo. 
J. A. Williams. Greensboro. 
T D Williams. Guilford. 
Dr Williams, High Point, R. 1. 
A R Wilson. Greensboro. 

D. R. Wolfe. Greensboro. 

F. G. Woodruff. High Point. 
C. E. Young. Greensboro. 
HALIFAX COUNTY. 
H. I. Clark. Scotland Neck. 
H. B. Ferguson. Halifax. 
W. L Fleming. Enfield. 
C. H. Fryar. Scotland Neck. 
R. P. Beckwith. Rosemary. 

B. Ray Browning. Littleton. 



PRACTICING PHYSICIANS 



P. C. Cart r. Weldon. 

F. G. Jarman, Rosemary. 

L. H. Justice. Rosemary. 

IT. <;. Lassiter, Weldon. 

V. M. Liggett. Hobgood. 

T. W. M. Love. Roanoke Rapids. 

Neill McRae. Littleton. 

J. W. Martin. Roanoke Rapids. 

John Martin. Roanoke Rapids. 

R. M. Nicholson, Enfield. 

Horace Palmer. Hollister. 

F. M. Parker. Enfield. 

R. F. Parker, Enfield. 

D. F. Patchin. Roanoke Rapids 

E. A. Perry, Littleton. 
L J. Picot. Littleton. 
S. B. Pierce. Weldon. 
W. G. Sinter, Weldon. 

0. F. Smith, Scotland Neck. 
W. G. Suiter. Weldon. 

H. G. Thigpen, Sqotland Neck. 

1. S. Thompson. Weldon. 
I. A. Tinslev. Weldon. 

F. C. Whitaker. Enfield. 
L T. Whitaker. Enfield. 

J. A. White. Scotland Neck. 
R. 2. 

A. R. Zollicoffer, Weldon. 
D. R. Zollicoffer, Weldon. 

HARNETT COUNTY. 
J. W. Halford, Lillington. 
J. W. Phillips, Lillington. 
H. C. Roherts, Coats. 
C. R. Young, Angier. 
J. F. McKay, Buie's Creek. 
W. C. Melvin, Linden. 
W. 1'. Holt, Duke. 
R. M. P.uie, Duke. 
R. L. Warren, Dunn. 
\V. E. Coltrane, Dunn. 

0. L. Denning, Dunn. 

1. F. Hicks, Dunn. 
Chas. Highsmith, Dunn. 
C. H. Sexton, Dunn. 

H. C. Turlington, Dunn. 

C. B. Codrington, Dunn, (Col.) 

HAYWOOD COUNTY. 

J. F. Abel. Waynesville. 
R. L. Allen. Waynesville. 
EC. H. Atkinson. Sunburst. 

F. M. Davis. Canton. 

W. R. Ferguson. Crabtree, R. 1. 
W. A. Graham. Crabtree. R. 1. 

G. D. Green. Waynesville. 
T. A. Hargrove, Canton. 
W. H. Liner, Waynesville. 
W. C. Johnson. Canton. 

.1. R. McCracken. Waynesville. 

H. L. McFadven. Waynesville. 

Walter McMehan. Cresmont. 

R. E. Medford. Cove Creek. 

S. B. Medford. Clyde. 

K. E. Montgomery, Waynesville. 

N. M. Medford, Waynesville. 

R. W. S. Pegrara. Canton. 

J. M. Russell. Canton. 

T. F. Reynolds. Canton. 

J. A. P. Shields, Orestmont. 

B. F. Smathers, Waynesville. 
H. A. Smathers, Canton. 
John II Smathers. Waynesville. 
J. L Stringfellow, Sunburst 
S. L. Stringfleld, Waynesville. 
Thos. Stringliclil. Waynesville. 
R L. Walker. Crabtree. 

J. Howell Way, Waynesville. 

J. E. Wilson, Canton. B. 2. 
HENDERSON COUNTY. 

J. S. Brown. Hendersonville. 
R. 3. 

B. F. Cliff, Hendersonville. 

i, \: Dixon, Hendersonville. 

A p, Drafts. Hendersonville. 

Jas. L Edgerton. Henderson- 
ville. 



I I nville. 

S. E. Greenwood, Fletcher. 
R. F. I> 

W. B. W. I [owe, 1 1 '"I'Tson- 
ville. 

W. 1'.. Ilutchenson. Henderson- 
ville. R. 2. 

L. L. Johnson. Fletcher. R.F.D. 

Levin Jones. Zirconia. 

W. It. Kirk. Hendersonville. 

E. P. Malli n . II. ndi i nville. 

A. Memmini I Rock. 

L. B. MorM\ Hendersonville. 

L. P. Russell. Fletcher. 

It. C. Sample. Hendersonville. 

T. W. Sumin r, Fletcher. 

Geo. Wright, Hendersonville. 
HERTFORD COUNTY. 

T. I. Burbaue. Como. 

L. M. Futiell, Murfreesboro. 

R. If. Garey, Murfreesboro. 

A. W. Green. Ahoskie. 

Geo. N. Harrell. Murfreesboro. 

J. H. Mitchell. Ahoskie. 

Paul H. Mitch ill. Ahoskie. 

W. B. Pollard. vVinton. 

J A. Powell. Harrellsville. 

L. K. Walker, Ahoskie. 

HOKE COUNTY. 
G. W. Brown. Raeford. 
Reuben McBrayer, Sanatorium. 
P. P. McCain. Sanatorium. 
Dr. Spruil. Sanatorium. 
R. B. Wilkins, Raeford. 
K. R. Geddie, Raeford. 
HYDE COUNTY. 
\. G. Harris. Fairfield. 
J. E. Mann. Lake Landing. 
W. L. Swindell, Swan Quarter. 
R. E. Windle.v. Swan Quarter. 

IREDELL COUNTY. 
M. R. Adams. Statesville. 
T. E. Anderson. Statesville. 

A. E. Bell. Mooresville. 

W H. Bennett, Mooresville. 
L. V. Cloninger. Statesville. 
C L Cruse. Statesville. 
James Davis. Statesville. 
Philip s Easley. Statesville. 
L Gibson. Statesville. 
W 1>. Gilmore. Mooresville. 
' T V. Goode. Statesville. 

B. s. Holliday, Statesville, 
Fred C. Hubbard. Statesville. 
p. C. Jurny. Turnersburg. 

E. E. Little, Statesville, R. 6. 
H. F. Lout:, Statesville. 

u s McElwee. Statesville. 

.1 E. McLaughlin. Statesville 

c it Nicholson. Harmony. 

G. W. Nicholson, Harmony. 

F. L Shan"'. State I 

s A Bhyne, Mooresville. 

E M Yount. Statesville. 

\V E wn on. ttoore Mile. 

C L Sherrill. Statesville. 

,r s Talli man. 

B C. Tatuni. 8 

G. W. Taylor. Mo 

,r W Ta flor, M n llle. 
C a Turner. Statesville. 

JACKSON COUNTY. 
Ed J Bi i on, Cullowhee. 
Chs Z. Candler. Svlva. 
\ .ii i IT. Ca I 
D. I). Hooper, Sylva. 
\ \ Nichols. Svlva 

Aslmrv S. Nichols. Svlva. 
i ; Wilkes, Ss Iva 

JOHNSTON COUNTY. 
M L Ban D 

E N. Booker, I I It. 1. 

,r. s. Coleman, Kenly. 
.r F Foster, Kenly, 



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E. K. McCull rs. ciavton. 

G. A. Mel K 1 

.1 F. .Martin. B 

T. W. Ma - Ima. 

I, A Mm DS. Si""! 

R. J. Nol le, s. ima. 

A. s. Oliver. B 

<; E. Parker. Benson. 

J. F. P 

\. ir. Bo e. Smith! 

J. II. Sianley, Pour 

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C v r oer. Smithfleld. 

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A. G. W lard. Princeton. 

G B Woodard l. 

J. J. i 

JONES COUNTY. 
J. c. Bell. Mavsvllle. 
E i. Bei lei I llle. 

a. f Hammond. Pullocksvllle. 
H. Johnson, X 

B. W. Page, Maysville. 

LEE COUNTY. 
J. F F 
E. E. I 

I H. Lutterloh. Sanford. 
E. M Mi l>oro. 

Lynn M I 

M, 1. M 
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W. l> Pi In • . Sai 

C. L. Scott. Sai 
E. P. Snines, Joi 

Leon Watson. Broadway. 

LENOIR COUNTY. 

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M I , Call i ■ • 

V Fitts, 

Ira M. Hardy, B B. 3. 

W. i' ii >■ rrovi k 

.r l' HarHlson, Kinston. 

a l, Hyatt, i ■ 

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m c Parrott, 

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B. B. Killiaii. Lincolnton. B. 

P. D 
W. C. Kizer, Lincolnton. 
R. E Lee, Lincolnton. 
,T. W. Saine. Lincolnton. 

0. K. Shellem, Denver. 

Mcdowell county. 

B. L. Ashworth. Marion. 
R. B. Britt, Marlon. 
John B, Johnson Uld Fort. 
J. F. Jonas, Marion. 
i; B. Justice. Marion. 
G. S. Kirbv. Marion. 
1). M. Mcintosh, Old Fort. 
W. A. BobinsonT Old Fort. 
Jas. Reynolds. Marion. 

MACON COUNTY. 
T. IF Brabson. Franklin. B. 2. 
,T. H. Pouts. Franklin. 
H. T. Horsley. Franklin. 
M E Lanham. Highlands. 

S. H. Lyle. Franklin. 
W. A. Bogers. Franklin. 

F. L. Siler. Franklin. 
Henry P. P. Thompson. High- 
Ian. 1- 

MADISON COUNTY. 
.T. W. Baird. Mars Hill. 

1. E. Burnett. Mars Hill. 
I. L. English. Faust. 

J. N. Moore. Marshall. 
Geo. If. Packard. White Rock. 
Edward Peck, lint Springs. 
M. C. Boberts, Marshall, B. 1. 
W. F Robinson. Mars Hill. 
Geo. Boss, Walnut. 
\V. A. Sams. Marshall. 
David F. Seay, Spring Creek. 
,T. C. Tilsou. Marshall. B. 3. 

MARTIN COUNTY. 

G. C. Godwin. Williamston. 
W. II. Howell. Williamston. 

J. B. If Knight. Williamston. 
R. A. Lloyd. Williamston. 
J'. L. Long. Hamilton. 
E M. Long. Hamilton. 
M. P. Manning. Bobersonville. 
R. .T. Nelson. Bobersonville. 
.T. H. Pittman. Oak City. 
J. S. Bhodes. Williamston. 
J. H. Sanders. Williamston. 
J. E. Smithwick. Jamesville. 
J. E. Ward. Bobersonville. 
V. A. Ward. Bobersonville. 
H. B. York. Williamston. 
W. E. Warren. Williamston. 

MECKLENBURG COUNTY. 

J. S. Abernethv. Charlotte. R.6. 
R II. Abernethv. Charlotte. R.6. 
Annie Alexander. Charlotte. 
C. L. Alexander. Charlotte. 
Wm. Allan. Charlotte. 
John R. Ashe. Charlotte. 
Dewit Austin. Charlotte. 
F. D. Austin. Charlotte. 
J. A. Austin. Charlotte. 
A M Berryhill, Charlotte. 
R. K. Blalock. N. Charlotte. 
Chas. A. Bland, Charlotte. 
M. A. Bland. Charlotte. 
T. E. Host. Charlotte. 
E. C. Bovette. Charlotte. 
W. P. Craven. Charlotte. B. 6. 
W. W. Craven. Huntersville. 

A. J. Crowell. X. Charlotte. 
J. E. S. Davidson. Charlotte. 
J. M. Dearmont. Charlotte. 
Yates Faison, Charlotte. 

B. M. Gallant, Charlotte. 
B. L. Gibbon. Charlotte. 
Drs. Graham & Wright. Char- 
lotte. 

W. A. Graham, Charlotte. 
W. H. Graves, Charlotte. 



E. H. Band, Pineville. 

F. O. I law ley. Charlotte. 
H. C. Henderson. Charlotte. 
S. M. Henderson. Charlotte, 

B. 8. 

A. M. Herron. Charlotte. 
L. E. Hockett. Charlotte. 
Geo. K. Hoover, Derita, B. 13. 
O. J. Houser, Charlotte. 

L. W. Hovis, Charlotte, B. 6. 

L. W. Hunter. Charlotte, B. 1. 

W. A. Hunter, Charlotte. 

J. B. Irwin, Charlotte. 

J. G. Johnston. Charlotte. 

B. M. Kimbrough, Charlotte. 
P. M. King, Charlotte. 

B. H. Lafferty, Charlotte. 

B. Z. Linney, Charlotte. 
M. E. Dobchenks. Nevvells. 
Jno. Wilson MeConnell, David- 
son. 

J. McDearmon. Charlotte. 

C. S. McGargle, Charlotte. 
H. W. McKay. Charlotte. 

C. S. McLaughlin, Charlotte. 

B. H. McLaughlin. Charlotte. 
W. A. McPhaul. Charlotte. 

J. P. Matherson, Charlotte. 

C. A. Meisenheimer. Charlotte. 
C. H. C. Mills, Charlotte. 

T. C. Montgomery, Charlotte. 

A. Wylie Moore. Charlotte. 
(Iran Moore, Charlotte. 

J. Q. Mvers. Charlotte. 

B. C. Nalle. Charlotte. 
W. O. Nesbitt, Charlotte. 
L. B. Newell. Charlotte. 
Dr. Parson. Charlotte. 
Beid Patterson. Charlotte. 

G. H. Petawav, Charlotte. 
.T. A. Pethel. Charlotte. 
W. A. Pethel. Charlotte. 
W. W. Pharr. Charlotte. 
G. W. Pressley. Charlotte. 
B. Z. Query. Charlotte. 

J. L. Bansom. Pineville. 
H. F. Bay. Charlotte. 

B. N. Beid. Matthews. 
T. N. Beid. Matthews. 
J. K. Boss. Charlotte. 
0-tho B. Boss. Charlotte. 
J. B. Shull. Charlotte. 

J. O. Simmons. Charlotte. 
T. A. Smith. Charlotte. 

C. M. Strong. Charlotte. 
W. M. Strone. Charlotte. 
Dr. Taylor. Paw Creek. 

S B. Thompson. Charlotte. 
John H. Tucker. Charlotte. 
E. F. Tyson. Charlotte. 
H. A. Wakefield. Charlotte. 
W. K. Wakefield. Charlotte. 
C. E. Walker. Charlotte. 
H. J. W T alker. Charlotte. 
L. D, Walker. Charlotte 
W. W. Washam. Cornelius. 

A. M. Wisnant. Charjotte. 
Ayer Whitley. Matthews. B. 19 
H. M. Wilder. Charlotte. 

J. T. Williams. Charlotte. 
G. C. Wingate. Charlotte. 
Jas. Johnston Withers. David- 
son. 

B. J. Witherspoon. Charlotte. 
W. H. Wooten. Davidson. 

T. H. Wright. Charlotte. 
A. A. Wvche. Charlotte. 

MITCHELL COUNTY. 

J. W. Bradshaw. Belief. 
V. B. Butt. Bakersville. 
Dr. Cooper. Belief. B. 1. 
S. J. Cooper. Poplar. 
A. C. Gouge. Bakersville. 
Chas. Peterson, Spruce Pine. 
J. M. Peterson. Spruce Pine. 

C. E. Smith. Ledger. 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 
X. P. Coppage, Candor. 
C. Dalieny. Troy. 
E. L. Dameron. Star. 
C. B. Ingram. Mount Gilead. 
S. H. McCall. Troy. 
John McMillan. Candor. 
N. G. Nicholson. Mount Gilead. 
P. B. Rankin, Mount Gilead. 
J. B. Shamberger. Star. 
A. F. Thompson, Troy. 

MOORE COUNTY. 

A. McN. Blair, Southern Pines. 
A. McN. Blue, Carthage. 
H. E. Bowman, Aberdeen. 
J. F. Davis. High Falls. 
J. L. Dowd. Carthage. 
W. Gilman, Lake View. 
C. T. Grier. Carthage. 
A. A. McDonald. Jackson 

Springs. 
W. McDuffle. Hemp. 

A. H. McLeod. Aberdeen. 
M. W. Marr. Pinehurst. 
G. McLeod. Carthage. 

M. W. Moore, Pinehurst. 

W. C. Mudgett. Southern Pines. 

B. G. Bosser. Vass 

H. P.. Shields. Carthage. 
W. I. . Stockdon. Glendon. 
M. Eugene Street. Glendon. 

NASH COUNTY. 

.las. P. Battle, Nashville. 
H. Brantley. Sr. . Spring Hope. 
Julian C Brantley, Spring 
Hope. 

C. <:. Chamblee, Spring Hope. 
T. O. Coppedge, Nashville. 

J. H. Cutchins. Battleboro. 
Wood Dean. Pattleboro. 
A. L. Denton, Castalia. 
Wm. Edwards. Spring Hope. 
H. B. Marriott. Battleboro. 
.f. If. Martin, Red Oak. 
J. B. Phillips. Middlesex. 

E. C. Powell. Middlesex. 
T. T. Ross. Na.-hville. 

J. T. Strickland. Nashville. 
.Inn. A. Winstead. Nashville. 

NEW HANOVER COUNTY 

J. H. Alston, Wilmington. 

F. W. Avant, Wilmington. 
R. 11. Bellamy, Wilmington. 
C. P. Bolles. Wilmington. 

G. E. Bowdoin. Wilmington. 
M. D. Bowen, Wilmington. 
E. S. Bullock. Wilmington. 
Foster F. Burnett Wilmington. 
Merl Jno. Carson. Wilmington. 
J. E. Cathell. Wilmington. 
H. A. Codington. Wilmington. 
I). W. Chestnut. Wilmington. 
J. P.. Collins. Wilmington. 

J. B. Cranmer, Wilmington. 
A. B. Croom, Wilmington. 
G. II. Croom. Wilmington. 

A. McB. Crouch. Wilmington. 

B. H. Davis. Wilmington. 
J. E. Evans. Wilmington. 

L. E. Farthing. Wilmington. 
J. D. Freeman. Wilmington. 
B. B. Graham, Wilmington. 
W. C. Galloway. Wilmington. 
T M. Green. Wilmington. 
Geo. A. Griffith. Wilmington 

A. H. Harriss. Wilmington. 
E B. Hart. Wilmington. 
J. H. Hornett, Wilmington. 
Jos. W. Hooper. Wilmington. 

B. D. Jewett. Wilmington. 
T. W. Kay. Wilmington. 
S. E. Koonce. Wilmington. 
Jno. B. LeGwin. Wilmington. 

C. C. Low. Wilmington. 
Wm. D. McMillan. Wilming- 
ton. 



PRACTICING PHYSICIANS 



W. C. Mebane. Wilmington. 
J. A. Moore. Wilmington. 
W. H. Moore. Wilmington. 
J. G. Murphy, Wilmington. 

B. W. Page. Wilmington. 
J. B. Parker. Wilmington. 
II. A. Parris. Wilmington. 

C. L. Pridgen. Wilmington. 
J. F. Bohertson. Wilmignton. 
J. B. Sedberry. Wilmington. 
J. T. Schonwald. Wilmington. 
W. E. Storm. Wilmington. 

J. A. Smith. Wilmington. 
J. W. Tankersley. Wilmington. 
G. G. Thomas. Wilmington. 
J. C. Wessell. Wilmington. 
L. P. Williams. Wilmington. 

E. Wood. Wilmington 
NORTHAMPTON COUNTY. 

S. B. Boone. Jackson. 
P. C. P-rittle. Conway. 
Q. H. Cooke. Bich Square. 
T. O. .loyner. Severn. 
H. W. Lewis. Jackson. 
J. L. Lister. Jackson. 
L. E. McDaniel. Lasker. 
C. G. Parker, Woodland. 
C. P. Parker. Seaboard. 
P. G. Parker. Jackson. 
W. B. Parker. Woodland. 
M. It. Stephenson. Seaboard. 
J. C. Vaughan. Bich Snuare. 
ONSLOW COUNTY. 

F. H. Blount. Swanshoro. 
L. D. Bryan. Snead's Ferry. 
E. L. Cox. Jacksonville. 

J. P. Henderson, Swanshoro. 

B. L. Kellum, Jacksonville. 

A. M. McCuiston. Richlands. 

C. W. Sutton. Richlands. 
Cyrus Thompson. Jacksonville. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 
E. A. Abernethy. Chaped Hill. 
J. B. Bullitt, Chapel Hill. 
E. A. Gentry. Timberlake. 

G. W. Gentry. Timberlake. 
R. B. Haves. Hillsboro. 

C. H. Hemphill. Chapel Hill. 
C. H. Hughes. Cedar Grove. 
C. D. Jones. Hillsboro. 

B. B. Lawson. Chapel Hill. 

B. B. Lloyd. Carrboro. 
Wm. Lynch. Chapel Hill. 

W. DeB. MacNider. Chapel 
Hill. 

C. S. Mangum. Chanel Hill. 
I. I. Manning, Chapel Hill. 
J. M. Thompson. Mebane. 

PAMLICO COUNTY. 
G. S. Attmore. Stonewall. 
Daniel A. Dees. Bavboro. 
,T. E. McCleese. Oriental. 
St. Elmo McCotter. r.avboro. 

PASQUOTANK COUNTY. 
il. W. Cardwell. Elizabeth City 
R. B. Davis. Weeksville. 
I. Fearing. Elizabeth City. 
Zenos Fearing, Elizabeth City. 
J. B. Griggs, Elizabeth C 
1: I, iioirier. Elizabeth I 
B. L Kendrick, Elizabeth City. 
E. W Lister. Week I 
F w. Lowery, Elizabeth City. 
T S McMullen. Elizabeth City 
\ i. Pendleton, Elizabeth 

CitJ 
w \ pet< > . Elizabeth City, 
c \v Sawyer, Elizabeth City. 
W w s.i" mi . Elizabeth City. 
li i) Walker. Elizabeth City. 
C B. William-, Eli 

City. 

PENDER COUNTY. 
ii r. Baldwin, Burgaw. 
G i- Beard, Atkinson, 
w i Ta I taw. 

u .1. William-. Rock: Point. 



PERQUIMANS COUNTY. 
Thus. A. Cox. Hertford. 
<;. K. Newby. Hertford. 
W. A. Hoggard, Hertford 

H. F H 
B W. Sharp, Hertford 
Bobt. W. Smith. Hertford. 
I. A. Ward. Belvidere. 

PERSON COUNTY. 
It s Baynes, Hurdle Mills, 
w. \. Bradsher. Roxboro. 
S. E. Coleman, Roxl 
.1. I Coleman. Hurdle Mills. 
J. H. Hughes. Roxl 
David Long, Jr . Hurdle Mills. 
W. T. Long. It. ■■. 
r,. E. Love. Roxboro. 
J. H. Merritt. Woodsdale. B. 1. 

A. F. Nichols. Roxboro. 

D. W. Pritchett. Center Grove. 
Peter Pritchett, Center Gi 

R. S. Baynes. Hurdle Mills. 
J. F. Swann. Semora. 

B. A. Thaxton. Roxboro. 

E. J. Tucker, Boxboro. 
G. T. Vickers. Box'ooro. 

PITT COUNTY. 
T. G. Basnight. Stokes. 
James A. Battle. Greenville. 
E. B. Beasley, Fountain. 
Zeno Brown, Greenville. 
w. M. Capehan. Greenville. 
P. J. Chester. Greenville. 

B. T. Cox. Wind n 

W. W. Dawson. Grifton. 
G. G. Dixon. Ayden. 
Jos. Dixon. Greenville. 
W. II. Dixon, Ayden. 

C. J. Ellen. Greenville. 
Paul Fitzgerald. Greenville. 
W. M. Fountain. Greenville. 
M. T. Frizzelle. Ayd n. 
Cecil Garrington. Bethel. 

J. C. Green. Greenville. 
S. Hassell. Greenville. 
J. D. Hemingway. Bethel. 
Jno. Hudson. Grimesland. 
C. M. -bines. Grimesland. 
Annie Joyner, Greenville. 
c c Joyner. Farmville. 

C. O'H. Laughinghouse. Green- 
ville. 

I Morrill, Falkland. 

D. s. Morrill. Farmville. 
IX. P. Mosi i • Farmville. 
J. E. Nobles, Greenville. 

is i: p Gi eenville. 

li. C. Skinner. Greenville. 
,i Smith, Greenville. 

G II. Sumrell. Avdeti. 

Wm. Whitfield, Gri R 1. 

W. M Willi-, Farmi 

POLK COUNTY. 
in Bell, Mi" Sining. 
Earle Grady, T 
W. T. Ilea. I. Melvin Hill. 
A. J. Jervey, Tryon. 
m. c Pali 

RANDOLPH COUNTY. 
1'. E. Asbui y, \ i ■ 
A M. Hulla. 1 K. 2. 

.1, D Bulla, in' Itv, It. 1- 
U. L. Cavil 
i' C Craven, Eta 
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D i Fox, Randleman. 
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• • Hubbard, Farmer. 
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RICHMOND COUNTY. 

11. s. Cole, Id ckii . 

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F. B. Gai Hicham. 

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ROBESON COUNTY. 
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E l. Bowmai McD i\ls. 
J. P. Brown, Fain: 
T. W. Carmii •!.. 

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li s Currie. P 
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PBACTICING PHYSICIANS 



R. C. Miller. Mavworth. 
Jno. B. Ray, Leaksville. 

E. E. Richardson. Leaksville. 
J. T. Stewart. Summerlleld, 

R. 2. 

B. P. Stokes. Ruffln. 

T. G. Taylor. Leaksville. 

A. F. Tuttle. Spray. 

Ed. Warren, Leaksville. R. 2. 

J. E. Warren. Spray. 

J. W. Watkins. Reidsville. 

C. R. Wharton. Ruffln. 

J. H. Thaeker, Reidsville, R. i. 

J. B. Wray. Leaksville. 

T. J. Taylor. Madison. 

S. E. Webb. Draper. 

l>r. Wells. Reidsville. 

W. P. Wilson. Madison. 

ROWAN COUNTY. 

C. W. Armstrong. Salisbury. 
O. R. Black, Landis. 

D. T. Roger, Rockwell. 

W. C. ioyden. China Grove. 
Mason Brawley. Salisbury. 
R. V. Brawley. Salisbury. 
C. E. Brown. Salisbury. R. 3. 
G. A. Brown. Mount Ulla. 
J. G. Busby. SDencer. 
J. D. Carlton. Salisbury. 
G. W. Choat. Salisbury. 
P. W. Cole, Gold Hill. 
Wra. A. Coleman. Salisbury. 
.T. B. Council. Salisbury. 
R. L. Cowan. Salisbury. R. 2. 
P. L. Daniels. Salisbury. 

B. O. Edwards. Landis. 

F. A. Ellis. Salisbury. 

X. X. Fleming. Cleveland. 

L. A. Gibson. Landis. 

H. G. Heilig. Salisbury. 

J. E. Lee. Woodleaf. 

R W. McKenzie. Salisbury. 

W. W. McKenzie. Salisbury. 

H. L. Monk. Salisbury. 

E. Moore. Salisbury. 

H. H. Newman. Salisbury. 
Jno. H. Peeler. Salisbury. R. 3. 

G. A. Ramseur. China Grove. 
R. L. Ramsav. Salisbury. 
Wm. Shaver. SDencer. 

F. G Si"man. SDencer. 
W. C. Slate. Silencer. 

R. F. Smith. East Spencer. 

C. E. Smith. Salisbury. 
F. B. Spencer. Salisbury. 
T E Stokes. Salisbury. 

E M. Mimimerel. China Grove. 
R 2. 

C. M Van Poole. Salisbury. 
It. M. West. Salisbury. 

.T W. Whitehead. Salisbury. 
Chas. W Woodson Salisbury. 
S. P. Wright. Salisbury. 

RUTHERFORD COUNTY. 

J. M. Allhands, Henrietta. 

R. M. Andrews. Bostic. 

M. H. Biggs. Rutherfordton. 

W. C Bostic. Forest City. 

L. B. Buckhannon. Union 
Mills. 

R. H. Crawford. Rutherfordton. 

Amos Duncan, Henrietta. 

Chas. Hold. Ellenboro. 

T. V. Goode. Rutherford Col- 
lege. 

L. B. Harrill. Caroleen. 

Romeo Hicks. Henrietta. 

F. W. H. Logan, Rutherford- 
ton. 

T. C. Lovelace. Henrietta. 
T. C. McBrayer. Forest City. 
Henry X T orris. Rutherfordton. 

G. P. Rid. Forest CitV. 
A. A Rueker. Free. 

D. R. Sohenck, Rutherfordton. 
Marvin Scruggs. Rutherfordton. 
J. C. Twitty. Rutherfordton. 



\V. A. Thompson. Rutherford- 
tun 

SAMPSON COUNTY. 
G. C Beard. Kerr. 
O. Staut Brewer, Roseboro. 
T. C. Bullock. Autryville. 
B. F. Butler. Clinton. 
Paul Crumpler. Clinton. 
E. T. Hollingsworth. Clinton. 
.1. D, Kerr. Clinton. 
A. M. Lee. Clinton, 
.r. M. Lee, Newton Grove. 
J. O. Matthis. Ingold. 
J. R. Parker. Clinton. 

A. A. Mavnard. Kerr. 
O. L. Parker. Clinton. 

E. T. Sessome. Autryville. 
William E. Sloan. Garland. 
G. L. Svkes. Salemburg. 
0. E. Underwood. Roseboro. 
R. B. Wilson. Newton Grove. 

SCOTLAND COUNTY. 
R. B. Cannady, Laurinburg. 
E. A. Erwin. Laurinburg. 

B. F. Falls. Laurinburg. 
J. M. Gardner. Gibson. 
.Tno. S. Gibson. Gibson. 
X. E. Jackson. Laurinburg. 
F P. James. Laurinburg. 
P. John. Laurinburg. 

E. A. Livingston. Gibson. 
Allan McLean. Wagram. 
Peter McLean. Laurinburg. 
Jim Pate. Gibson. 

W. G. Shaw, Wagram. 

J. W. Wilkes, Laurel Hill. 

STANLY COUNTY. 
J. A. Allen. New London. 
J N. Anderson. Albemarle. 
J. W. Bailey, Oakboro. 
J I. Campbell. Norwood. 
P.. F. Cox. Palmerville. 
L. V. Dunlan. Albemarle. 
J C Hall. Albemarle. 

F. E. Hartsell. Oakboro. 
T. A. Hathcoek. Norwood. 
W. I. Hill. Albemarle. 

J F Laton. Albemarle. 

C. M. Lentz. Albemarle. 

D. B. Moore. Radin. 
W. T. Shaver. Badin. 

STOKES COUNTY. 
Holman Bernard. Pinnacle. 
Wade H. Bynum. Germanton. 
J. H. Ellington. Sandy Ridge. 
Elias Fulp. Walnut Cove. 

E. M. Griffin. King. 

J. L. Hanes. Pine Hall. 
C. L. Helsabeck. Mixnah. 
R. S. Helsabeck. Mizpah. 
A. G. Jones. Walnut Cove. 
W. L. McCanless. Danbury. 
W. V. McCanless. Danbury. 
S. A. Moir. Francisco. 
R. H. Morefleld. Westfleld. 
J. W. Neal. Walnut Cove. R. 3. 
M. D. Phillips. Dalton. 
J W. Slate. Walnut Cove. 

G. E. Stone, King. 

S. F. Tillotson. King. R. 1. 

R. G. Tuttle. Walnut Cove. 
SURRY COUNTY. 

E. C. Ashby. Mount Airy. 

T. B. Ashby. Mount Airy. 

J. M. Flippin. Mount Airy. 

R. E. L. Flippin, Pilot 
Mountain. 

G. T. Divers. Mount Airy. 

C. A. Baird. Mount Airy. 

R. D. Flippin, Pilot Moun- 
tain. R. 1. 

R. S. Flippin. Westfleld. 

S. T. Flippin. Siloam. 

R. R. Folger, Dobson. 

Ira S. Gambill. Dobson. 



R. R. Garvey. State Road. 
E. M. Hollingsworth. Mount 

Airy. 
R. E. Hollingsworth. Mount 

Airy. 
Dr. Hege. Mount Airy. 
R M. Lancaster, Dobson. 
Moir S. Martin. Mount Airy. 
L. J. Moorefleld. Mount Airy. 
J. M. Reece. Elkin. 
J. W. Ring. Elkin. 
H. B. Rowe. Mount Airy. 
M. A. Rovall. Elkin. 
H. C. Salmons. Elkin. 
,1. 1'.. Smith, Pilot Mountain. 
J. T Smith. Westfleld 
W. M. Stone. Dobson. 
W. S. Taylor. Mount Airy. 
Dr. Turner. Elkin. 
W. R. Welborn. Elkin. 
L. L. Williams. Mount Airy. 
J. L. Woltz. Mount Airy. 
T. H. Worrell. Mount Airy. 

SWAIN COUNTY. 

A. M. Bennett. Bryson City. 
P. R. Bennett. Bryson Citv. 

D. R. Bryson. Bryson City. 
W. H. Clark. Dorsey. 

J. A. Cooper. Almond. 

J. P. DeHart. Bryson City. 

Dr. Gill. Smokemont. 

R. D. Holt. Cherokee. 

J. F. Ritter. Fontana. 

H. W. Tidmarsh. Whittier. 

J. L. Reeves. Ravensford. 

J. F. Riter. Fontana. 

J. G. Storie. Proctor. 

TRANSLYVANIA COUNTY. 

E. L. English, Rosman 
E. S. Enslish. Brevard. 
C. Grimshaw. SanDhire. 
C. W. Hunt. Brevard. 
M. M. King. Brevard. 
A. E. Lvdav. Penrose. 
W. M. Lvday. Brevard. 
W. J. Wallis. Brevard. 

TYRRELL COUNTY. 

A. J. Cahoon. Columbia. 
P.. W. Cohn. Columbia. 

C. A. Flowers, Columbia. 

UNION COUNTY. 
R. Armfield, Marchville, R. 1. 
J E. Ashcraft. Monroe. 
Watt Ashcraft. Monroe. 
J. W. Bailey, Mineral Springs. 
J. M. Belk, Monroe. 
J. M. Blair. Monroe. 
M. P. Blair. Marshville. 
T. E Craig. Waxhaw. 
H. H. Creft. Monroe. 
J. Y. Fitzgerald. Indian Trail. 
R. H. Garren. Monroe. 
L. E. Guion. Waxhaw. 
.T. R Jerome. Wingate. 
W. M. Lov\ Fnionville. 
J. S. Massey. Monroe. 
W. R. McCain. Waxhaw. 
G. B. Nance. Monroe. 
A. D. N. Whitlev. Fnionville. 
H. T). Stewart. Monroe. 
S. A. Stevens. Monroe. 
R. L Pnvne. Monroe. 

D. R. Perkins Marshville. 
G C. Fruitt. Monroe 

E. J. Williams. Moi'roe. R. 1 
G M Smith. Monroe. 

J. W. Neal. Monroe. 

VANCE COUNTY. 
Beni. G. Allen. Henderson. 
H. H. Pass. Henderson. 
J. E. Baxter. Henderson. 
S. M. Beckford. Henderson. 
Goode Cheatham. Henderson. 
N. H. Crews. Henderson. 
E. V\ Ketin.r. Henderson. 
W. H. Furman, Henderson. 



PRACTICING PHYSICIANS 



R. P. Gill. Henderson. 
F. P. Harris. Henderson. 
F. R. Harris, Henderson. 
J. E. Loyell. Kittrell. 
L. C. Mcintosh. Henderson. 
H. A. Newell. Henderson. 
R. T. Upchurch. Henderson. 
J. M. Wells. Middlebiug. 
Jno. W. Wheeler. Henderson. 
C. D. Wvche. Dabney. 
WAKE COUNTY. 
R. K. Adams. Raleigh. 
C. O. Abernethy. Raleigh, 
.las. Allen. Wendell. 
Albert Anderson. Raleigh. 
Spright Ilarhee. Zebuion. 
O. D. iJd.xi.er. RilPinh. 
Carl M. Bell, Raleigh 
N. M. Blaloek. Meddlers. 

R. F. D. 
H. M. Bonner. Raleigh. 
Needham B. Broughton, 

Raleigh. 
L. T, Buchanan. Jr.. Raleigh. 
J. S. Buffalo. Garner. 

B. W. Burt. New Hill. R. 1. 
A. C. Campbell. Raleigh. 

E. Dellia Dixon-Carroll, Mrs., 

Raleigh. 
Z. M. Cayeness. Raleigh. 
M. C. Chamblee. Wakefield. 

C. E. Cheek. Fuouay Springs. 
J. R. Crozier. Raleigh. 

C. J. Edwards, Raleigh. 

O. E. Pinch. Apex. 

Chas. E. Flowers. Zebuion. 

M. L. Fowler. Zebuion. 

R. H. Freeman. Raleigh. 

M. R. Gibson. Raleigh. 

Harold Glasscock. Raleigh. 

T. A. Griffin. Wendell. 

A. W. Goodwin. Raleigh. 

J. M. Harper. Zebuion. 

H. B. Havwood. Jr.. Raleigh. 

Hubert Haywood. Sr., Raleigh. 

J. R. Hester, Knightdale. 

S. P. Holding. Wake Forest. 

M. C. Horton. Raleigh. 

W. C. Horton. Raleigh. 

J. P. Hunter. Cary. 

Chas. L. Jenkins. Raleigh. 

R. W. Johnson. Apex. 

E. H. Jones, Raleigh. 

T. M. Jordan, Raleigh. 

E. C. Judd. Raleigh. 

J. M. Judd. Cardenas. 

F D. Kitchin. Wake Forest. 

A. W. Knox, Baleigh. 

B. J. Lawrence, Raleigh. 
R. H. Lewis, Raleigh. 

E. F. Long. Raleigh. 

J R. Lowerv. Raleigh. 

J J L. McCullers. Meddlers. 

C. F. McDowell. Zebuion. 
J. W. McGee, Raleigh. 
Jno. S. McKee. Raleigh. 
J. L. Moore. Wendell. 
Kemp Neal. Raleigh. 
Paul N. Neal. Raleigh. 
R. P. Noble. Raleigh. 

J H Norman. Raleigh. 

J. R. Outlaw. Zebuion. 

J A J Penny Neu • 

J. J. Phillips, Raleigh. 

Dr. Phillips. Wake Forest. 

J B. Powers. Sr.. Wake Forest. 

I M. Proctor. Raleigh. 

O. L. Ray. Raleigh, R. F. 1 

A. E. Riggsbee. Morrisville 

F. B. Robert W Baleigh. 
J R Rogers, Raleigh. 
Albert s. Root. Raleitth. 

u A Rovster. Ra' 

W T Rovster. Raleigh 

A T Russell. Wendell. 

l/p Sorrell Un'ri -h B.F.D « 

S P Sorrell, RaV"h R. 6. 

W W Stancell. Ra 



.1 M Tl i: | 

Hugh Thompson, Raleigh. 

S. VY. Thompsui 
Ihnrv Turn r. Raleigh. 
II. P. Dnderhill. Wendell 
J. B. Wats. m. Raleigh. 

Louis X. West, Raleigh. 
i iha B v.. to : '.-igh. 

T. E. Wilkerson. Raleigh. 
C. B. Wilkerson, Raleigh. 
,l i: Wright. Raleigh. 
L. B. Young. W i I 
L. B. Capehart, Raleigh, 
(Col.) 

L. T. Delaney, Raleigh, (Col.) 

L. E. McCauley, Raleigh, 
(Col.) 

G. S. Perry, Raleigh, (Col.) 

J. O. Plummer, Raleigh, 
(Col.) 

M. T. Pope, Raleigh. (Col.) 

P. F. Roberts, Raleigh, (Col.) 

Rufus Vass, Raleigh, (Col.) 

J. T. Wortham, Raleigh, (Col.) 

P. IT. Williams, Raleigh, 
(Col.) 

WARREN COUNTY. 

Howard Foster. Norlina. 

T. H. Haywood. Warrenton. 

Thos. J. Holt. Wise. 

G. II Macon. Warrenton. 

i I i Packard. Norlina. 

C. H. Pette. Warrenton. 

W. D. Rodgers. Warrenton. 

T. P.. Williams. Ridgeway. 
WASHINGTON COUNTY. m 

T. L. Bray. Plymouth. 

P.. F. Halsey. Roner. 

W. H. Hardh-on. Creswell. 

J L. Hassell. Creswell. 

L Mitchell. Plymouth. 

John W Sneight. Knii r. 

w ir Ward. Plymouth. 

L. Mitchell, Plymouth, (Col.) 

WATAUGA COUNTY. 
McG. Andrews. Boone 
E. F. Bingham, Amantha. 
G D. Bingham. Sugar Grove. 
R K Bingham. Boone. 
\v Bingham. Su G 
R H Hardin. Shulls Mills. 
J B. Phillips. Sugar Grove. 
F M. Greer. Mabel. 
J. W. Jones. I'oone 
H B. Perry. Valle Cruel 
W. J. Love, Watauga Falls. 

WAYNE COUNTY. 
G. B. Benton, Fremont. 
M. T. Bizzell, Goldshoro. 
\V. B. Crawford, Goldsboro. 
(i C. Daniels, Goldsboro. 
A. J. Ellington, Gold 
\V. W. I "a ii. n. Goldsboro. 
T. I, Ginn Gol I boro. 
T, O Haves. Fremont. 
W. ir. Souse, Goldsboro. 
Henderson Irwin. Ell 
H. B. Ivey. Goldshoro. 
ii rom i lureka. 
J. C. Joj ' 

C. L. Lasslter, Fremont 
K B. Miller. G 
r i • Hendei s| Olive 

.1 i: Mo Moi I 

i : B. Mori G boro. 
s l'. Parker, Mount olive, 
.i i: Patrl ' . S * ■ Soring*. 
r i Person, Pikeyllle 
Heck Person. Gold 
Monti i: ' " 

K A Smith. Goldsboro 
\V. II snin I. ' ■ 'i boro. 
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W. G. Wi 

E. T. < Ion 
J. E 

W. II. Bryant, 

WILKES COUNTY. 
J. W. Choat, K 
J. E. Dun. -an. N. \\ 

A. J. Ella. B Ii. 

F. II 

I,. A. Hauser, N v. 

T. H. I Mill. 

L. A. Hauser, N Wllkesboro 

B. M. Hutchens. N. w 
boro. 

. s. Sink. N. Wilkesl to. 

L. P. Somers, \ . 

Bryan Spicer. McG 

W. A. Tavlor. N. W 

W. R. Triolett, Purlear. K. 1. 

.1. M. Turner. X. U . 

.1. W. Whiti . w 

WILSON COUNTY. 
W. II 
\v. 8. '■ 

B. 1'. Barnes, Elm I 

C. H Barron, Elm City, R. 1 

. Wilson. 
Geo. M B mi City. 

S n . urg. 

E. T i 

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John r i' i r. Bailey. 

Grady. Wiluon. R -. 
B ll Hai i !• e'.tma. 

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I". W. i 

B s Herring. Wii 
\ B Herrinn W 
ii K Hoovei v. 
K. ll i b 

I W. Lamm. Lucama. 
p p Lane W 

G. W. 1 
B. C. Mc( 

w Mitchell. W 

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H. «',. Perry. ^ 

II ii Powi 
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PRACTICING DENTISTS 



Practicing Dentists 



Allen. T. S., Farmville. 

Alexander. C. L. . Charlotte. 

Adams, J. Q. , Fayetteville. 

Abernethy. A. D., Granite Falls. 

Ayeock, B. L. , Princeton. 

Ashburn, T. F., Liberty. 

Allen, R. T. . Lnmberton. 

Anderson, F. J., Winston- 
Salem. 

Almond, C. T., Andrews. 

Adams. A. J., Durham. 

Anderson, R. P., Moeksville. 

Anderson. B. R., Denton. 

Anally, C. W., Madison. 

Albright. Geo. B., Spencer. 

Allen. T. I., Charlotte. 

Adams, C. A., Jr., Durham. 

Aiken, J. L., Pickens. 

Bland, A. li., Warsaw. 

Baldwin. A. M., Wilmington. 

Battle, J. J., Rocky Mount. 

Barnett, O. J. G., Spencer. 

Bardin, Jas. B., Chadbourn. 

Brooks, S. O., Charlotte. 

Baird, C. D., Franklin. 

Butler, S. E.. Warsaw. 

Bennett, C. C, Asheville. 

Branch, E. A., Norwood. 

Bender, O. J., Pollocksville. 

Brown, B. W. , Tarboro. 

Blanchard, Dexter, Raleigh. 

Bryan, Chas. H., Apex. 

Boyette, J. M., Southport. 

Boyles, A. V., Dallas. 

Brooks, J. H., Burlington. 

Benbow, L. W., Winston- 
Salem. 

Burton. A. S.. New Bern. 

Bingham, J. P., Carthage. 

Bess, C. M. , Statesville. 

Beam, C. M., Asheville. 

Butler, J. R., Dunn. 

Brown. H. H.. Laurinburg. 

Barber, A. D., Sanford. 

Barker, O. C. , Asheville. 

Bone, A. C. Rocky Mount. 

Betts, J. S., Greensboro. 

Bass, C. D., Raleigh. 

Banks, C. H. . Louisburg. 

Booth. R. S., Warrenton. 

Billiard. T. P., Roseboro. 

Bell, W. F., Asheville. 

Bain, C. D., Dunn. 

Baker, L. P., King's Mountain. 

Biven, S. B., Charlotte. 

Berryhill, A. M.. Charlotte. 

Burks, R. H., Marshall. 

Black, J. W., Rockv Mount. 

Broughton, E. II., Raleigh. 

Bingham. L. R. , Boone. 

Banner, J. E., Mount Airy. 

Blalock, J. A., Jackson. 

Beam, A. P., Asheville. 

Brown, W. J., Greenville. 

Bobbitt. S. L., Monroe. 

Barnard, G. 0„ Kannapolis. 

Buie, L. E., Red Springs. 

Bennett, J. G.. Asheville. 

Bell, V. E., Raleigh. 

Bissett, M. D.. Wpndell. 

Bumgardner, E. G., Casar. 

Blackburn, C. A., Winston- 
Salem. 

Barnes, V. M. , Wilson. 

1'ryan, J. R., Oxford. 

Clark, W. E., Apex. 

Click, E. G., Elkin. 

Coble, L. G., Greenshoro. 

Carroll, N. G., Raleigh. 

Crews, R. W., Thomasville. 



Carson, H. II., Hendersonville. 

Castlebury, F. D., Raleigh. 

Couch, H. H., Elkin. 

Cline, W. R., Monroe. 

Carr, Geo. A., Durham. 

Cobb, A. J., Henderson. 

Clayton. W. F., High Point. 

Cobb, W., Winston-Salem. 

Craven, A. W. , Boonville. 

Clarke, M. H. P.. Wilmington. 

Coffey, L. M., Lincolnton. 

Coleman. F. H. , Wilmington. 

Cromartie, A. S., Fayetteville. 

Cox, Ella B., Badin. 

Carlton, J. W., Spencer. 

Clarke, J. D., New Bern. 

Cole, R. S., Rockingham. 

Cone, P. B., Williamston. 

Conrad. W. J., Winston-Salem. 

Current, W. C. Statesville. 

Coltrane, J. F.. Zebulon. 

Croom, Jas. D., Maxton. 

Cromartie, H. R. . Raeford. 

Cripliver, W. L. . Lexington. 

Carlton, J. D., Salisbury. 

Chambers, E. O., Asheville. 

Chamberlain, C. H, Mur- 
^freesboro. 

Cook, Frederick C, Elizabeth 
City. 

Culbreth, N. A., Wilmington. 

Campbell, T. A., Aberdeen. 

Campbell, J. F., Badin. 

Carr, H. C, Durham. 

Crutchfleld, J. G., Asheboro. 

Chamblee, F. G., Spring Hope. 

Cromwell, A. L... Winston- 
Salem. 

Carr, R. L., Greenville. 

Chamberlain, E. H., Rocking- 
ham. 

Currie, N. K., Tabor. 

Castlebury, F. D., Raleigh. 

Carr, I. N., Durham. 

Casey, R. P., Blowing Rock. 

Carpenter, W. W., Bennetts- 
ville. 

Crank, C. J., Roanoke Rapids. 

Cheek, Joss M. , Asheville. 

Carter, Geo. K., Taylorsville. 

Crawford, Dean H, Marion. 

Choate. E. C, Cooleemee. 

Davenport, L. J., Wilmington. 

Davis, I. H., Oxford. 

Davis. Frank W., Asheville. 

Daniel, H. C, Salisbury. 

Dreher, J. H. , Wilmington. 

Dardin, P. I.. Mount Olive. 

Dameron, L. L. , New Bern. 

Douglas, S. E., Raleigh. 

Daniels, L. M. , Aberdepn. 

Dowd, J. L. , Carthage. 

Dunston, Chas. A., Raleigh, 
(Col.) 

Davis, W. R. . Whiteville. 

Dupree, L. J., Lillington. 

Dula, A. M. . Black Mountain. 

Doyton. T. W. . Green Mountain, 

Durham, J. H. , Wilmington. 

Dawkins, Chas. D.. Greensboro. 

DeLaney. H. B., Jr., Raleigh. 

Davis, Thos. F., Boonville. 

Edwards, Z. L. , Washington. 

Edwards. M. A., Kernersville. 

Ezzell, W. L. . Concord. 

Edge, C. E.. Rocky Mount. 

Ellington, R. H., Salisbury. 

Edwards. R. H. . Morganton. 

Evans, F. A., Asheville. 

Evans, G. G., Raleigh, (Col.) 



Evans, Ed. J., Asheville. 
Elerbee, J. H., Rockingham. 
Everett. J. B., Murfreesboro. 
Edwards, J. R., Fuquay Springs 
Eringhaus, E., Hendersonville. 
Edwards, A. C, Lawndale. 
Edwards, L. M., Durham. 
Edmondson, J. R.. Wilson. 
Evans. Geo. J., Ashpville. 
Faulk, O. C, Maxton, R. 3. 
Flpming, A. H. , Louisburg. 
Finch. S. J., Oxford. 
Frazicr, T. T., Oxford. 
Fitzgerald, Paul, Greenville. 
Frink, 1!. L. . Asheville. 
Fitzgerald, W. C, Albemarle. 
Frost, J. S., Burlington. 
Foreman, J. W., Asheville. 
Faulkner. T. H., Kinston. 
Folger, R. R., Dobson. 
Foush'e, L. M., Jonesboro. 
Faucette, J. W.. Asheville. 
Falls, P. R., Gastonia. 
Fox, L. S., Charlotte. 
Fulton, Jos. , Asheville. 
Fields, Paisley, Durham. 
Fort, C. D. H., Oxford. 
Farrell, R. M., Pittsboro. 
Fleming, J. M.. Raleigh. 
Frontis, Shelton, Mooresville. 
Frazier, A. E. , High Point. 
Fisher, W. R. , Concord. 
Frye, R. A., Pilot Mountain. 
Ford, S. C, Franklinton. 
Foster, H. K., Greensboro. 
Funderburk, Kemp, Monroe. 
Fuquay, C. G., Coats. 
Geddie, C. H., Winston-Salem. 
Gregory, S. W., Elizabeth City. 
Grigg, T. O., Shelby. 
Gettys, J. H.. Forest City. 
Gardner, 3. M. , Gibson. 
Gorham, L. R. , Rockv Mount. 
Grigg, M. W.. Shelby 
Garrison, P. T., Mebane. 
Gallaghpr. R. T., Washington. 
Grppne, E. , Wilmington. 
Greene, E. S., Jr., Monroe. 
Gray, W. F., Wadesboro. 
Gregg, J. D., Liberty. 
Gibson, H. B., Red Springs. 
Geddy, E. R., Westminster. 
Geer. J. L., Rutherfordton. 
Griffin, E. J., Edenton. 
Gibbs. W. D.. Carthage. 
Graham. R. F., Rowland. 
Gamhill, J. C, West Jefferson. 
Graham, C. A., Ramseur. 
Gibson, J. L., Laurinburg. 
Hamilton. E. S.. Charlotte. 
Harding, A. S., Moeksville. 
Holland. N. T. Smithfleld. 
Highsmithh, Chancey, Enfield. 
Hargrove. F. E.. Canton. 
Hasty, Vance, Charlotte. 
Hunt. R. L. , Lattimore. 
Hauser, L. A., N. Wilkesboro. 
Hurdle. Jos. H., Mebane. 
Holland, J. M., Statesville. 
Hunter, A. S., Durham. 
Hurdle, J. A., Milton. 
Hearn, W. L. Rocky Mount. 
Herring, H. C. , Concord. 
Hicks, J. J., Hickory. 
Hutchinson, C. R., Wain jt 

Cove. 
Hendrix, H. M. , Beaufort. 
Harper. C. C, Kinston. 
Hilliard, S. P., Rocky Mount. 
Holt, J. B., Cherryville. 



PRACTICING DENTISTS 



Hargrove. L. M. , Wilmington. 
Hooper, L. J., Asheville. 
Hawes, I. L., Rose Hill. 
Henley, F. A., High Point. 
Henderson, H. C, Charlotte. 
Haynes, F. K., Charlotte. 
Harding, H. G., Moeksville. 
Hall, C. B., Hillsboro. 
Harris, M. M., Elizabeth 

City. 
Hoffman, M. E., Asheville. 
Hester, 0. H., Hickory. 
Hartsell. W. K., Greensboro 
Hull, P. C, Charlotte. 
Howie, E. B., Raleigh. 
Huston, W. B., Monroe. 
Hollingsworth, W. M., Mount 
Airy. 

Hooks. Oscar. Wilson. 
Horton, P. E., Winston-Salem. 

Hall. B. F., Asheville. 

Hester, J. N., Madison. 

Hoyle, I. H. , Henderson. 

Hamlin, J. J., High Point. 

Humphrey, L. M., Greensboro. 

Hayes, W. A., High Point. 

Henderson, L. V., Henderson. 

Hair. L. G., Fayetteville. 

Holland, A. B., Caroleen. 

Hoffman. J. S., Charlotte. 

[licks. R. C, Lawndale. 

Higgins, W. H., Franklin. 

Hamilton, S. J., Burnsville. 

Hicks, D. N.. Bakersville. 

Harmon. E. E., Statesville. 

Hunt, F. L., Asheville. 

Hunter, E. W., Sanford. 

Howie, E. B., Raleigh. 

Holland, J. M., Statesville. 

Herr. Geo. G., Southern Pines. 

Horton II. IV, Winston-Salem. 

Harris, T. W., Norlina. 

Hunt. Jas. K., Jonesboro. 

Hicks, F. B., Hickory. 

Holeomb, H. W., Elkin. 

Holiday, G. W., Wake Forest. 

Hand. W. L. New Bern. 

Horton, S. R.. Raleigh. 

Harrell, R. B.. Elkin. 

Harris. M. H., Elizabeth City. 

Hedge, H. R., Mount Airy. 

High D. P., Wilmington. 

Huston, W. C, Concord. 
Howes E. W., Warsaw. 

Harper, W. B., Nashville 

Herring, G. F., Mount Olive. 

Ivey, Robt. W.. New London. 

Ihrie, J. H.. Wendell. 

Jackson, Wilbert, Clinton. 

Jameison, I. W., Charlotte. 

Jarrett. R. J.. Dillsboro. 
Jeter I P-. Morganton. 

Johnson, L. J., Middlesex. 

Jovner, O. L.. Kernersville. 

i , E. D., West Jefferson. 

Johnson. W. B., Selma. 
Jones P E., Farmville. 

Jordan, H. W., Belmont. 
Johnson, B M., Jacksonville. 
Jernigan, -t. A Dunn. , 
Johnson, A. if. Greensboro. 
Judd, J. If.. Fayetteville 
Johnson, J. N., Goldsboro. 
Jenkins, ('. E., Scotland Neck. 
Justice, Z. K.. Davidson. 

Johnson, F. C, Lexington. 
Jones H if.. Winston-Salem. 
Jones, W. !■'. N Wilkesboro. 
Justice, M. L, Marion. 
Jacobs, J. M.. Roxobel. 
Kernodle, J. F., Greensboro. 
Keerns, J. L., Charlotte. 
Keith, H. L.. Wilmington. 
Keel. II. It., Tarboro. 
Keech, Jas. P., Tarboro. 



Keiger, C. C, Charlotte. 
Koonce, E. T. . Wilmington. 
Kibler, W. L. . Charlotte. 
Kelley, .1. H., Charlotte. 
Keel, I' i' . Elaleigh. 
King, 1>. IX. Lumberton. 
Krueger, Louis (!., Charlotte. 
Keel, D. F., Scotland Neck. 
Lineberger, II. O., Raleigh. 
Levy, Sam, Charlotte. 
Lockhart. 1>. K.. Durham. 
Lewis. B. L., Roseboro. 
Lipscomb, C. T. , Greensboro. 
Lee, C. O., Winston-Salem. 
Lawson, Jas. I., Wadesboro. 
Lee, E. G., Clinton. 
Lazenby. G. A.. Statesville. 
Lawrence, E. \\. Raleigh. 
Leggett, J. L. . Hertford. 
Liner, W. H., Waynesville. 
Lynch, W., Chapel Hill. 
Lennon, C. H., Rowland. 
Little, J. B., Hickory. 
Little, R. A., Asheville. 
Long. \\. S., Graham. 
Long, H. S.. Graham. 
Lewis, W. H., Jr., Atkinson. 
Lewis, O. P., Rutherfordton. 
Medford, N. M., Canton. 
Miller, A. C. . Lincolnton. 
Murphy, R. H., Mebane. 
Munv. H. V.. Burling'ton. 
Murphy, W. R., Farmville. 
Moore, L. J.. St. Pauls. 
Marler, J. G., Yadkinville. 
Martin, C. L., Madison. 
Millner, B. L., Draper. 
Maddox, N. P., Asheville. 
Martin, W. T., Benson. 
Morrow, R. M., Burlington. 
Moore, O. L., Lenoir. 
Moore, J. A., Lumberton. 
Morrison, R. J.. Cherry ville. 
Morey, A. H., Hendersonville. 
Morse, Rosebud, East Bend. 
Mann, H. L., Lake Landing. 
Manning, M. P., Robersonville 
Milliken, J. B., Pittsboro. 
Mason, P. H.. Wallhurg. 
Morrison. B. R., Wilmington. 
Macon, F. A., Henderson. 
Massey, L. M., Zebu I mi. 
Miller. Chas. I.. Albemarle. 
Montgomery, J. B., Wilming- 
ton. 
Mizzell, W. G.. Wind 01 
Meador, Jas. R.. Beidsville. 
Mann, L. II.. Washington. 
Mii« II. A.. Marshall. 
Malone, S. E., Goldsboro. 
Mann. I. M., A I 
Matthews. A.. Blacl Mountain. 

Mercer, W. C, Durham 

Moseley, W. H . Chai 
Meredith, D J., Will 
Motgomi ry, D. 0., StaU villi 
Minges, C. E., Rockj Mount 

Muse, J. D., Cam i 
Mann, B. D . Jr., Bnfl 

Mizzell, D. B., Wind i 

Malone. It W . I). nit 

\i,„ i r u raylorsvllle 
M ,i, nhall, F C, Cli mmons 

Miller. A. I' . Com I 

Ma ten, Guj M . w 

Salem 
McKay, B R Fayetteville. 
McKaughan, I. n ' 
McCall, C s . Cliff Ide 
McCracken, V w . Sanford 
McLean, Graham, McDowell 
Mi i'i I en, J T., Durham. 
McPhall, i aiah, Hamlet 
McKeown, L BS . Btai 



McFall, i : w.i 

Ml 
Ville. 

McBraj M 
McLaughlin, B h 
McGuire, D D 
McGulre, W P . Sylva. 
\i,i innell, 0. B G» Ma. 
Mclver, D C 
McKaughan, W K . Ki I 

ville. 

■i oey, J. v.. I 
McLean, J if . Bn 
McCall, S. ll.. i 
McClung, .1. A . Winston Balem. 
McDowell, C. ll . Wayi 
Mi Manus, C i: . B 
McRae, W 1. . Bed Si i 
McMillan, M. t . Gold two. 
McDlarmld, N. U Bai fowl 
Nichols, It. T., Rockingham. 
Nicholson, J. n.. Hani y. 

Nurse, A. S.. Durham. 

Newtoi 

Neel, 3. M . Salisbury. 

Norris. <' P., Durham. 

. T. P., Albemarle 
. B. C, Winston-Salem. 
rls, S. P., Raleigh. 

Nance, a W . Clarkton. 

Nixon. Henry E . Edenton. 

Osborne. .1. H S . SI 

Osborne, J. E., Shi 

olive, ll. \1 . Ij ■ ttevllle 
Olive. T. II . Mi int ' Ulead 
Owen, Lawrence E., Asheville 
Poole, S. D . LaGrange 
Pres9nell, O. L.. Asheboro. 
Pless. C. A., Canton. 
Patterson. B. M . Concord. 
rbarr, J. R. Morganton. 
Pope.. E. F. Gold 
Parker. Zeb. V., New Horn. 
Pratt, C. H.. Bocky Mount 
Purvis. S. P., Salisbury. 
p d u . High P 

Parker. Win . I 

Pitts. Henry, High P 
Pi m v. E A.. Littleton. 
Polndexter, C C Bandleman. 
Prldgen, D. L, FayetteviUe. 
Plttman, F. H.. Fairmont 
Phillips, Wm H , Wilson. 

Peeler. C M . Shell. v 

Park r. .i m i in vine. 
i ■ Q , B I lyi "evlile 

Pearson. P 1. . IfH I 
i. D \V . Ktl 

Plttard, I« i' Hend 

k Wilmington 

i iv g . Utoakla, 

■ ii B ' 
Payne, W. J . Clayton 

Cringle. A J . i •■ 
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I'KAc ncim; m:\tists 



Kedfearn, B. C, Monroe 
Ramsey, W. B., Hickory. 
Beeves, C. A., Laurel Springs. 
Baymer, \V. <•.. Newton. 
Richardson, I.'. E., Leaksw-.c. 
Riddick, C. B., Ayden. 
Bobey, W. M., Charlotte. 
K on, J. A., Councils. 
Kamsey. J. F., Asheville. 
Riley, i. M., Lexington. 
Sails, A., Oxford, K. 4. 
Strawn, S. H., Marshville. 
Sehmucker, Balph, Charlotte. 
Sellers, C. E., Hayesville. 
Steele. C. C, Rockingham. 
Steelman, S. H.. Harmony. 
Smith. E. W., Winston-Salem. 
Smathers, J. H., Waynesville. 
Scott, G. G., Spray. 
Scruggs, W. N., Charlotte. 
Staten, Frank, Morehead City. 
Shore, J. A., Jonesville. 
Smithson, T. W., Bocky Mount. 
Schaffer, C. T., Asheville. 
Springs. W. J., Mount Holly. 
Spoon. T. L., Gibsonville. 
Smathers, B. C, Asheville. 
Smathers. C. F., Charlotte. 
Stevens, R. W., Apex. 
Smith. C. E.. Salisbury. 
Schultz, A. M., Chapel Hill. 
Smith, S. D., Manson. 
Shackelford, E. W., Durham. 
Secrest, J. B., Winston-Salem. 
Simkins. Geo. C, Greensboro. 
Sikes, T. E., Greensboro. 
Satterfield, H. E., Durham. 
Smithwick, D. T., Louisburg. 
Smith, W. T., Wilmington. 
Sloan, C. S., Wallace. 
Spurgeon, J. S., Hillsboro. 
Smathers, Wexler, Asheville. 
Smathers, H. A.. Canton. 
Stanley, J. W., Wilmington. 
Self, I. B., Lincolnton. 
Sinclair. J. A., Asheville. 
Squires, B. M., Wake Forest. 
Spoon, B. E., Winston-Salem 
Sharpe, J. W. B., Clifton. 
Smith, T. M.. Polkton. 
Sinclair, P. D., Marion. 
Smathers. G. S., Asheville. 
Swaim, John, Asheboro. 
Smith, E. L., Raleigh. 
Smith. Luther T., Beidsville. 
Shamburger, B. B. , Siler City. 



Sturdivant, J. M., Canton. 

Strickland, L. I.. Ulan. 

Taylor. \V. W., Warrenton. 

Thomas, C. A., Wilmington. 

Troxler, E. A., Burlington. 

Tomlinson, B. L., Smithfield. 

Turlington, B. S., Goldsboro. 

Troutman. M. L., Kannapolis. 

Teachy, O. A., Wallace. 

Teague, C. H., Madison. 

Trivette, L. P., Mooresville. 

Taylor, A. Z., Mocksville. 

Taylor, W. A., X. Wilkesboro. 

Tomlinson, F. N., Winston- 
Salem. 

Troutman, P. W., Hickory. 

Turner, J. V., Wilson. 

Taylor, B. C, Landis. 

Taylor. B. T., Pinehurst. 

Turlington, B. A., Wilson. 

Tatum, E. W. , Mount Olive. 

Thomas, J. E. L., Bocky 
Mount. 

Thompson, C. A., Wilson. 

Thomasson, B. C, Bryson City. 

Thompson, H., Hamlet. 

Tuttle, R. D., Spencer. 

Tucker, E. J., Roxboro. 

Taylor, W. C, Salisbury. 

Taylor. E. M., Farmville. 

Thompson, J. W., Murphy. 

Tyree, J. C, Bocky Mount. 

Underwood. B. L., Bailey. 

Underhill, J. M. , Asheville. 

Underwood, J. T., Wilmington. 

Underwood, F. H. , Wilson. 

Vickers, G. C. , Roxboro. 

Voils, C. U. , Mooresville. 

VanderLinden, W. H., Hen- 
dersonville. 

Weathersbee, Ramsey, Wilming- 
ton. 

Woody, L. W., Tocane. 

Weliunt. E. S., Cherryville. 

Webster, E. S., Charlotte. 

ft'aynick, G. E., Winston-Salem. 

Wilkins, F. R., Forest City. 

Williamson, J. F., Clinton. 

White, J. H., Elizabeth City. 

Whitehead, C. A., Woodville. 

Waller, D. T.. Charlotte. 

Williamson, B. W., Hamlet. 

Weeks. Geo. E. , Tarboro. 

Williamson, T. P., Cerro-Uortlo. 

Wills, A. C., Henderson. 

White, Leonard. Statesville. 



Watkins, J. C, Winston-Salem. 

Wat -on. E. F., Clinton. 

Weatherman, W. C, States- 
ville. 

White, J. A., Scotland Neck. 

Wilson, W. P., Durham. 

Waldrop. O. S., Kinston. 

Whitson, W. K., Asheville. 

Whitsett, <;. W., (Jreensboro. 

Wilson, Tiffany, Hertford. 

Warren, J. E., Spray. 

Warren, E. R., Goldsboro. 

Wilson, O. L., Kinston. 

Wooten, C. L, Whiteville. 

Williams, W. H„ Goldsboro. 

Wheeler, J. H., Greensboro. 

West, J. F., Roanoke Rapids. 

Waller, R. F., Virgilina, Va. 

Wells, A. S., Washington 

Williams, A. J., Charlotte. 

Williams, E. S., Asheville. 

Wiley, H. S., Elizabeth City. 

Whisnant, J. F., Henrietta. 

Wolfe, T. B., Plymouth. 

Waddell, M. A., Fair Bluff. 

Wilbar, J. Q., Park, Va. 

Waldroup, R. M., Bryson L'ltv. 

Watson, S. R., Henderson. 

Wells, C. H., Winston -Salem. 

Whisnant, A. J., Ruthertord- 
ton. 

Wyche, J. E., Greensboro. 

Ward. W. M., Weldon. 

Wheeler, C. M., Greensboro. 

Walters, H. N., Warrenton. 

Ward, W. J., Weldon. 

Weaver, R. C, Asheville. 

Ware, B. E., Shelby. 

Williamson, 11. L. . Vineland. 

Walters, D. A., Greensboro. 

Wilkins, T. A., Gastonia. 

Wells, J. S., Beidsville. 

Waynick, I. M., Winston-Salem. 

Wilson, T. S., Madison. 

Young, T. L. , Angier. 

Tokeley, Koran M. , Asheboro. 

Yates. W. F., Chadbourn. 

Yelverton, J. H., Wilson. 

Yarborough, J. A., Wake 
Forest. 

Young, W. D., Snow Hill. 

Young, J. A., Newton. 

Zachary, J. F., Brevard. 

Zachary, J. B., Sylva. 

Zickler-. Chas. B., Taylorsville. 

Zimmerman, J. W., Salisbury. 



North Carolina Fairs and Secretaries 



Cherokee — J. L. Walters. Murphy. 

Clinton— T. B. Smith. Clinton. 

Dunn— T. L. Biddle, Dunn. 

Elizabeth City— W. B. Goodwin, Elizabeth 
City. 

Fayetteville — B. M. Jackson, Fayetteville. 

Gastonia — Fred M. Allen, Gastonia. 

Goldsboro — F. L. Costex, Goldsboro. 

Greensboro — J. L. King, Greensboro. 

Greenville — W. H. Dail. Jr. Greenville. 

Henderson — C. M. Hight, Henderson. 

Hickory — Mrs. Q. E. Herman, Hickory. 

Kinston — W. D. Hood, Kinston. 

Louisburg — A. H. Fleming, Louisburg. 

Lumberton — W. O. Thompson, Liunberton. 

Mebane — J. B. Johnstun. Mebane. 

Mount Airy — E. M. Linville, Mount Airy. 

New Bern — A. T. Willis, New Bern. 

Oxford — J. E. Jackson, Oxford. 

Pinehurst — Charles W. Picquet, Pinehurst. 

Kaleigh — (State Fair) — Joseph E. Pogue. Ba- 
leigh. 



Rockingham — A. G. Corpening. Rockingham. 
Rocky Mount — P. C. Shore, Bocky Mount. 
Boxboro — B. P. Burns. Roxboro. 
Spruce Pine — W. M. Wiseman, Spruce Pine. 
Tarboro — C. A. Johnson, Tarboro. 
Wilson — L. S. Radley. Wilson. 
Winston-Salem — F. J. Lapfert. Winston-Salem. 
Woodland— I. T. Blanchard. Woodland. 



Signers of Declaration of 
Independence. 

The signers of the American Declaration of 
Independence from North Carolina were William 
Hooper, lawyer, born in 1742, died in 1790; 
Joseph Hewes, merchant, born in 1730, died in 
1799; John Penn, lawyer, born in 1741, died 
in 1788. 



RELKilols DEN0MINA1 IONS 



Religious Denominations 



Baptist Church 

The Baptist State Convention is composed ol 
sixty-six Associations, 2,25(1 churches with a 
membership of 325,050. There are 2,17 1 Sun- 
day schools with an enrollment of 265,496. 
Church property valued at $9,623,830.00. Be- 
nevolences, $966,940; Home purposes, $2,089,160. 

STATE CONVENTION 

President State Convention — B. W. Spill- 
man, Kinston. 

Secretary State Convention — Walter M. Gil- 
more, Sanford. 

Corresponding Secretary State Convention — 
C. E. Maddry, Raleigh. 

Educational Secretary — R. T. Vann, Raleigh. 

Sunday School Secretary — E. L. Middleton, 
Raleigh. 

B. Y. P. U. Secretary — Perry Morgan, 
Raleigh. 

Supt. of Enlistment and Conservation — A. C. 
Harnby, Raleigh. 

Supt. of Evangelism — H. T. Stephens, 
Greensboro. 

Secretary-Treasurer Womans Work — Miss 
Elsie Hunter, Raleigh. 

ORDAINED MINISTERS 
Abernathy, C. A., Maiden. 
Abernathy, G. P., Morganton. 
Absher, J. M., Off en. 
Adams, D. A., Hays. 
Adams, J. Z.. Trap Hill. 
Adams, M. A., Rutherfordton. 
Ager, Geo., Lilesville. 
Alderman, J. M. , Troy. 
Allard, J. E., Wilmington. 
Allen, J. L., Dillon, S. C. 
Anderson, Chas., Scotland Neck. 
Andrews, E. C, ML Holly. 
Anthony, W. M., Noland. 
Arledge, J. B., Saluda. 
Arledge, T. W., Harris. 
Arnette, J. M. , Wagram. 
Arrington, Frank, Waynesville. 
Arrington, C. C, Mt Airy. 
Arrington, T. P., Waynesville. 
Atkins, R. E., Raleigh. 
Atkinson, L. J., Washington. 
Austin, B. F., Taylorsville, 4. 
Austin, D. M., Norwood. 
Avery, W. B., Wbiteville. 
Ayers, W. A., New Bern. 
Ayscue, J. E., Carthage. 
Bagby, A. Paul, Wake Forest. 
Bain, G. A., Dunn. 
Baker, T. J., Buie's Creek. 
Ballard, L. D., Statesville. 
Bangle, P. W. , Lincolnton. 
Banks, W. .1., Elizabeth City. 
Barber, P. s.. Whitnel. 
Barnes, J. H., Merry Hill. 
Barnes, L. E., Taylorsville. 
r.iirnes, M. L.. Qastonia. 

Barnes, S. 1!., Coleraine. 

Barnette, M. M.. Clyde. 
Barnwell, Geo. L.. Hendersonvllle. 
Barrett, W. C, Gastonia. 
Barrs. W. D. , Lexington. 
Barton. C. D., Boiling Springs. 
Baskin, E. L., Chapel Hill. 
Mass. J. H. , Roxl">!" 
Bateman, R. •!., Ashevllli 
I aucom, li. w., Winston-Salem. 
Baucom, W. T.. Elkin. 



Baugh, l'. \\ . i 
Beach, w. n . Hi 
Beaver, E. A., Vest 
Belch, I. lv. Ne« B 
Bell, .1. W., l-i 
Benfleld, H. S., Rutherford i 
Benfleld, J. Q . Bbodlss. 
Bennett, J, C, Asbei 
Bennett, J. 1'., Cramert 
Bennett, s. W., Burnsrille. 
Benton, Bruce, Buckingham. 
Betts, .1. D., ETuquaj springs, 
I'.iggs, W. O., Elm City. 
Bllbro, W. L., Greenville. 
Biles, II. ('..' Albemarle. 
Binkley, J. N., Eoustonvllle, 
I lack, ('. J., Gastonia. 
f , Albemarle. 

Coy, Piney Creek. 

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J. F., Lincolnton. 

N. H . Marines. 

W. M. Flat Bock. 
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Black. J 
Blackburn, 
Blackburn^ 
Blackburn, 
Blackman 
Blackwell. 
Blalock, Jesse 
Blauehard, C. 

Blanton, S. L., 
Blevins, J. A., 

I '.levins, S. L., 
1! levins, T. E., 
Blythe, C. E.. 

Bobbitt, N. W 
Boggs, J. H. , Icard 
Bomar, E. E., Hendersonvllle 
Boney, L. B., Pollocksville. 
I'ooker, E. B., Smithfleld. 
Boone, .1. R., Estatoe, 
Booth, J. H. , Rockingliam. 
Bowden, J. T. Marion 



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Bowden, W. C 
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Bradley, E. L., 
Bradley, .1. A., 
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Brooks, 

Broom, 
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Buck, Martin \\\, Burlington. 


Cook, C. C, Bakersville. 


Bumgardner, E, v., Taylorsville. 


Cook, R. L., Sylva, R. I. 


Bumgardner, W. J.. Taylorsville. 


Cook, W. N., Murphy. 


I'.unn, D. T., Spring Hope. 


Cooper A W. F., Doughton. 


ISunn, J. H., Wake Forest 


Copeland, J. E., Hertford. 


Bucham, John, Roaring River. 


Coram, R. P., Boonville. 


Burchflcld, D. F., Murphy. 


Corbett, R. I., Ayden. 


Rurkett, R. M., Jefferson. 


Corey, A., Jamesville. 


Hurrell, W. R., Monroe. 


Corn, James A., Asheville. 


Burrus, G. E., Rockford. 


Corn, Jesse, Marshall, R. 3. 


Burrus, C. C, Wingate. 


Corn, J. P., Zirconia. 


Burrus, L. VV., Boonville. 


Corn, Judson, Brevard. 


Butler, A. A., Selma. 


Corn, R. P., Hendersonville. 


Byrd, C. E., Sweepsonville. 


Corn, H. D., Mars Hill. 


Byrd, R. L., St. Pauls. 


Cornsilk, A., Robbinsville. 


Byrum, J. T. . Winston-Salem. 


Corpening, A. N. , Wake Forest. 


Byrum, W. J., Indiautown. 


Cothren, Grant, Lomax. 


Cain, A. T. , Harrishurg. 


Cowan, G. N., Apex. 


Cain, A. T., Concord. 


Cox, R. E., West Durham. 


Caldwell, C. A., Marion. 


Crabtree, W. A., West End. 


Cale, W. F., Tyner. 


Craig, B., Monroe. 


Cale,_ J. F., Roxobel. 


Crane, W. J., Morehead City. 


Cale," D., Potecasi. 


Crawford, L. H., Sylva. 


Callaway, J. W., State Road. 


Creech, Oscar, Red Oak. 


Camp, W. G., Kings Mountain. 


Creel, R. L. W., West Asheville. 


Campbell, R. C., Canton. 


Crismon, C. E. , High Point. 


Campbell, J. A., Buie's Creek. 


Crisp, Oscar, Tuskeegee. 


Campbell, W. P., Chadboum. 


Crisp, E. D., Lenoir. R. 4. 


Campbell, W. T., Durham. 


Crisp, T. J., Conetoe. 


Canady, C. A., Roper. 


Crow, J. W., West Asheville. 


Canipe, J. C. , Mebane. 


Crouch, J. P., Linwood. 


Cantrell, J. R., Wake Forest. 


Crowder, T. W.. Postell. 


Carlton, W. F., Wilbar. 


Crowder, B. R., Winston-Salem. 


Carrick, Thomas, High Point. 


Crutchfield, T. S., Roanoke Rapids. 


Carroll, R. D., Charlotte. 


Culbreth, H. C, Spindale. 


Carson, J. T., Willetts. 


Cullom, W. R., Wake Forest. 


Carter, E. T\, Clinton. 


Currin, J. B., Oxford. 


Carter, Henry, Tomahawk. 


Dailey, L. E., Colerain. 


Carter, A. D.^ Tomahawk. 


Darton, M. L., Concord, R. 6. 


Carter" J. F., Winston-Salem. 


Davis, D. C, Cove Creek. 


Carter, A. G. , Rosemary. 


Davis. J. G., Wake Forest, R. 1. 


Carter, J. P., Hendersonville. 


Davis, J. W. , Kings Mountain. 


Case, M. P., Flat Rock. 


Davis". A. C, Marshville, R. 2. 


Cashwell, C. S.. Statesville. 


Davis, J. B., Carrhoro. 


Cashwell, C. H., Wendell. 


Davis. M. P., Four Oaks. 


Cashwell, R. N., Lumberton. 


Davis, Q. C, Albemarle. 


Cashwell, T. L., Charlotte. 


Davis, R. Lee, Statesville. 


Cato, R. W.. Pageland, S. C. 


Davis, T. B., Kinston, R. 3. 


Caudle, Zeb, Pageland, S. C. 


Davis, J. W. , Cuve Creek. 


Caudle, T. A., Yartkinville. 


Davis, R. J., Hamptonville. 


Cawthon, K. W. , Warsaw. 


Day, Fred, Winston-Salem. 


Chaffln, A. C, Cerro Gordo. 


Day, T. J., Warrensville. 


Champion, R. C, Landrum, S. C. 


Day. H. A., Beaufort. 


Cheek, F. B.. Whitehead. 


Dean, E. C, Burlington. 


Chronister, H. B., Maiden. 


Deaton, D. E., Fayetteville. 


Church, W. N., Summit. 


DeLancy, J. C, Greensoro, R. 2. 


Clanton, D. C, Gilreath. 


DeLoatch. B. F., Gibsonville. 


Clanton, J. W., Gilreath. 


Dellinger. Oscar, Edgemont. 


Clark, M. L., Morganton. 


Deitz, T. F., Bryson City. 


Clark, S. L., Hot Springs. 


Dietz, R. N., Speedwell. 


Clarke, J. A., High Point. 


Denny, W. E., Grassy Creek. 


Clemmons, A. W., Bolivia. 


Dillard, E. B., Round Hill. 


Cleveland, W. C, Arden. 


Dodd, W. H., Jacksonville. 


Cloer, Geo. , Andrews. 


Dorsett, H. G., Chapel Hill. 


Clover, M. G., Mt. Holly. 


Dorton, M. L. , Concord. 


Coats. P. B., Loris, S. C. 


Dowell, Geo. J., Raleigh. 


Coggins, L. V., Semora. 


Dowell, C. L, Franklinton. 


Cohn. D. K., Winston-Salem. 


Downs, P. E., Wentworth. 


Cohn, E. A., Winston-Salem. 


Downev, J. W. , Severn. 


Cole, C. D.. Hendersonville. 


Draughn, T. S. . Crutchfield. 


Coleman, W. A., Boardman. 


. Duggan, J. T., Unaka. 


Coley, J. L., Wake Forest. 


Duncan, J. M., Mount Olive. 


Collins, W. K., Cliffside. 


Duncan, V. E. , Winton. 


Collins, Alex, Mount Airy. 


Dupree, J. E. , Cherryfleld. 


Collins, F. T., Srnithfield. 


Durham, C. H.. Lumberton. 


Collins, T. D., Durham. 


Early, B. G., Raleigh. 


Combs, J. A., Erlanger. 


Eatman. T. J., Ivy. 


Comer, J. R., Steeds. 


Edwards, W. L, Swiss. 


Comer, W. T., New Castle. 


Edgerton, S. A., Buie's Creek. 


Conley, C. F., Blairsville, Ga. 


Eggers, R. C, Zionville. 


Council, L. A., Catawba. 


Elam, W. A., Shelby. 



RELIGIOUS HI 


^NOMINATIONS sti 


Eller. J. 15., Statesvilie. 


Hackney, i D., Krankh 


Eller, W. H., Greensboro. 


Hagaman, i P., Lei B 


Ellington, R. P., Graham. 


Halght, W- li. . Windsor 


Elliott, J. S., Knottsville. 


Haigler, K. M . H Ini 


Elliott, P. L., Cullowhee. 


Haire, P. 11.. Pleetw 1. 


Elliott, C. S.. Wake Forest. 


Hall, D. 11.. MlcavlUe. 


Ellis. C. G., Bakersville. 


Hall. B. .1. Wilmington. 


Ellis, J. A., Kaleigh. 


Hail. it. i\. Elizabeth City. 


Esger, G. S., Lilesville. 


Hall. J. H.. Mt. Airy 


Essex, J. P., Jackson. 


Hail, w. M . Catalo ichee. 


Eubanks, M. E., Pollocksville. 


Hall, S. P.', Warne. 


Evans, E. R., Marshall.. 


Hall, L. W., Miniieai 


Farmer, J. S., Raleigh. 


n.iii. s. W., Winston Salem. 


Farthing, J. H., Sweet Water. 


Hall, W. G., Wilmington, 


Fiddler, F. L., Winston-Salem. 


llainby, J. M., Ilina. 


Fields, C. F., Benham. 


Hamliy, A. C. Kaleigh. 


Fitzgerald, W. H., Black Mt. 


Hampton, X. s., Plneola, 


Fleming, J. M., Lumberton, R. 5. 


Hamrick. G. P., Shelby. 


Fletcher, J. F., High Point. 


Hamrick. B. M., Forest City. 


Fogleman, T. W. , Virgilina, Va. 


Hanes. F. W., Splndale. 


Ford, W. B., Indian Trail. 


Hardaway, J. S., Thomasvllle. 


Fountain, R. S., Siler City. 


Harrell, J. S., \v ake I n est 


Francis, Geo., Buladean. 


Harrelson, E. M., Tabor. 


Frazier, I. P., Liberty. 


Harrelson, A. D., I„,ris. S. C. 


Freeman, L. E. M., Raleigh. 


Harrill, I. D., Lattim 


Freeman, R. H., Hickory. 


Harrill, Z. D., EUenboro. 


Friday, C. F., Taylorsville. 


Harrill. H. 1).. Forest 1 


Fry, F. W., Mocksville. 


Harrill, G. P., South Mills. 


Fulbright, J. O., Kings Mountain. 


Harris, J. M., Morganton. 


Fulghum, J. H. , Mt. Airy. 


Harris, .T. P.. Bethel 


Gaines, J. A., Charlotte. 


Harris, J. S., Albemarle. 


Gardner, E. N., Pendleton. 


Harris, L. W., Eldorado. 


Gardner, F. M., Southern Pines. 


Hanis, M. I., Hickory. 


Gardner, R. A., Wake Forest. 


Harris, T. C, Harris. 


Garrett, F. B., Hayesville. 


Harrison, A. L., Mt. Am 


Gay, R. L, Smithfield. 


Harte, J. D., Oxford. 


Garner, R. N., Spurgeon. 


Hartsell, Paul. Creedmoor. 


Gentry, J. J., Asheville. 


Hartsell, W. H.. Uurnst 


Gilbert, R. M., Edneyville. 


Hayes, A. B., Hays 


Gillespie, J. C, Boiling Springs. 


Hayes, J. M., X. Wilkes! 


Gilmore, W. M., Sanford. 


Hayes, J. E., X. Wilkesboro. 


Glidewell, C. W., Stoneville. 


Hayes. T. M.. Nathan's Creek. 


Glossom, S. C, Ellerhe. 


Haynes, J. H.. Mt. Airy. 


Gold, W. M., EUenboro. 


Haynes, J. M., Clyde. 


Goode, J. M., Boiling Springs. 
Goode, W. E., Reidsville. 
Gordon, D. C, Winston-Salem. 


Hatley, Seymore, Mollle. 
Hedgpeth, I. ]' . Lumberton. 
Hedgpeth, R. A.. Lumtx 

Helms. i>. v.. Unionvil 


Gordon, R. R.. Pittsboro. 


llelllliiee, Chus A , Mi 


Gouge, J. A., Ledger. 


Henderson, J, K . Peml 


Gragg, E. M., Vilas. 


Henline, Julius, Spruce Pine, 


Graham. T. .1., Brock. 


Heiisiev, s. T. Blltmore. 


Grant, J. H., Duvall. 


Hensley, J. E . Burnsvllle. 


Grant, J. R., Fairview. 


Henson, B. T., suite Road 


Gravitt, O. G.. WaKe Forest. 


Henson, Arthur, Canton, 


Cray. J. J., Etowah. 


Herring, it. H., Waynesvllle, 


Green, C. W., Marion. 


Hester, T. M., Harris 


Green, B. P., Mooresboro. 


Hester, (' H , St. i'auls 


Green, A. .T. , Boone. 


Hewitt, D. i. . Sballotte, 


Green, D. A., Butler, Tenn. 


Hicks, II P., Cant, .11, 


Green, J. E., Pattons Ridge. 


Hicks, ,i -i . Bangs Mountain. 


Green, .1. H., Ogden. 


Hlgglna, -i T . Lei 


Green, J. L. , Hopkins. 


Htlburn, H M . Bladenl 
Hlleman, C. W., Wampler 
Hllllard, 1 M . High P 

Hill. .1. W. 1' . V u 1. 

Mm. .i i: . \i.i iiiii. 
Hlnes, n r. . M i 


Green, Levi, Hopkins. 
Green, J. R., Boiling Springs. 
Green, R. W. , Greens Creek. 
Green, S. M., Spruce Pine. 


Green. T. M., West Durham. 


Hipps, 11 n . \ 


Green, W. ('... Mill Spring. 


II, ,i,i -, I. \i B 


Grlce, .1 B., West Asheville 


ii. ■ hi. .1 i: . \ i ih' in,- 


Cuiee. .1. 1'.. Hendersonvllle. 


Hodge, ■' L, Ruthi 


Grlffln, X. 11.. Marshall. 


Hodge , 3 i . New Bern. 


Griggs, W. I,.. \. \\ iikfsln.ro. 


Hodges, E C . id 


Grlndstaff, Isaac. Toecane. 


Hogan, -i 0.. Mai 


Grogan, W. H., Stoneville. 


Hogan, K \\ . m 


Grogan, R. i'... Cruso. 


Hoglen, John, \\ 1 1 


ciiiiey, .1 l'.. Nashville. 


H head, w D . Birch 


Gupton, B. L. , Wake Forest. 


Hogue, n ,i , Wi 


Guy, W. i;.. Southport 


n, ,n rii. ,i S . Baltida 


Gwaltney, .T. P., Hiddenite, 


ii,,ic, mi,, w i 


Gwaltney, L. P., TaylbrsvlUe. 


ii ,i and, ' P., 


Hackney, T. A., Morgan ton, 


Hollandj C 1 



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HELIGKK'S DENOMINATIONS 



Hollaway, L. M., Elkin. 

Holmes, \V. B., Monroe. 

Hoppers, \V. L., Whitehead. 

Honl, J. T., Kings Mountain. 
Horn, G, II.. Rutherfordton. 

Horn, T. \V., Albemarle. 

Horn, C. 15., Koseboro. 

Hornaday, J. A., Town Hill. 

Horner, K. C, Gatesville. 

Hough, W. A., Denton. 

Howard, A. T., Saluda. 

Howard, C. B., Wake Forest. 

Howard, H. S. , Asheville. 

Howard, W. H., Wake Forest. 

Howell, A. T., Newton. 

Howell, J. D. , Swansboro. 

Howell, W. M., Biltraore. 

Hoyle, J. E., Wingate. 

Hubbard. W. D., Raleigh. 

Hudson, L. L. , Erlanger. 

Hudson, C. F., Washington. 

Hudson, S. F., Shiloh. 

Hughes. W. G., Statesville. 

Huggins, F. M., Boone. 

Huggins, W. M., Shawboro. 

Humphrey, J. L. Lumberton. 

Hunneycutt, C. C, Stanfiela. 

Hunneycutt, A. J., Marshville. 

Hunneycutt, Theo. , Stanfleld. 

Hunneycutt, R. X., Rockwell. 

Hunt, D. J., Spindale. 

Huntley, David, Bear Wallow. 

Huntley, F. J., Fletcher. 

Huntley, M. M., Forest City. 

Huntley. S. F., Flat Rock. 

Hurt. J. J., Wilmington. 

Hutchinson, E. J., Wadesboro. 

Hyde, H. H., Hazelwood. 

Ingram, R. E. , Davis. 

Irvin. A. C, Shelby. 

Isenhour, E. J., Ahoskie. 

Jackson, C. L. , Wadesboro. 

Jaimison, Thad, Canton. 

James, R. H., Marshville, R. 5. 

James, W. C., Mount Airy. 

Jarvis, X. T.. Roaring River. 
Jenkins, J. L., Maxton, R. 4. 
Jenkins, Shuford, Mars Hill. 
Jenkins, C. A., Clayton. 
Jester, J. R., Winston-Salem. 
Jinks, L. D., Xeuse, R. 1. 
Johnson, E. O.. St. Pauls. 
Johnson, C. R., Mooresville. 
Johnson, J. S., Fayetteville. 
Johnson, E. X'., Dunn. 
Johnson, D. L., Elizabethtown. 
Johnson, G. H. , Belmont. 
Johnson, L. L. , Belcross. 
Johnson, L., Raleigh. 
Johnson, W. 0., Grover. 
Johnson, W. X., Charlotte. 
Jones, J. C, Wingate. 
Jones. T. A., Forest City. 
Jones, Lee, J., Marion. 
Jones, J. T. , Hendersonville. 
Jones, W. J., Salemburg. 
Jones, F. A., Forest City. 
Jordan, J. A., Xorth Wilkesboro. 
Jordan, J. R., Spies. 
Joyce, J. A., Sandy Ridge. 
Joyner, A. V., Williamston. 
Justice, A. I., Hendersonville. 
Justice, T. B., Morven. 
Justice, T. L., Enfield. 
Keaton, T. C, Winston-Salem. 
Keller, O. A., Aberdeen. 
Kelly, W. M., Wilmington. 
Kelly, J. B., Lilesville. 
Kelly, C. F., Lilesville. 
Kendrick, R. G., Raeford. 
Kesler, M. L., Thomasville. 
Key, W. H., Halls Mills. 
Kidd. Jno. C. Bennett. 



Kilgore, B. R., Montezuma. 
Kilpatrick, J. B., Cherrvfleld. 

Kincheloe, J. W. , Rocky Mount. 

King, L. C. , Lenoir. 

King. J. 1)., Wampler. 

King, T. 11., Gastonia 

Kinsland, J. L. . Franklin. 

Kirk, J. E. , Rocky Mount. 

Kirk, J. L. , Salisbury. 

Kirk, J. T. , Lewisville. 

Lambert, Levi, New Hope. 

Lanier, J. E., High Point. 

Lanier, R. C, Greensboro. 

Lanier, R. R., Seaboard. 

Lanier, Hardy, Wilmington. 

Lanning, T. D., Leicester. 

Larkins, J. D., Fayetteville. 

Lassiter, A. G., Star. 

Laughridge, B. H., Maiden. 

Lavender, A. H., Old Fort 

Lawhon, W. H. H., Carthage. 

Lawrence, Eli, Randleman. 

Ledford, E. G., Pisgah Forest. 

Lee, J. M., Marble. 

Lee, O. E., Greensboro. 

Lee, J. X., Cherokee. 

Lee, L. C, Sanlord. 

Leggett, G. D. Windsor. 

Lemons, R. L., Salisbury. 

Lennon, R. S., Hillsboro. 

Lewis, M. L. , Hayesville. 

Lewis, Marvin, Culberson. 

Linderman, S. C, Violet. 

Linberger, C. E. , Drexel. 

Lineberry, R. li., Colerain. 

Liles, F. A., Fremont. 
Linney, W. E. , Wilkesboro. 

Little, Luther, Charlotte. 
Little, I. B., Porter. 
Little, T. P., Marshville, R. 4. 
Livingston, E. A., Sea^rove. 
Lloyd, Frank, Hiwassee, Ga. 
Lockerman, W. D., Clinton. 
Long, E. A., Winston-Salem. 
Long, W. A., Cove Creek. 
Loudermilk, D. P., Marlon. 
Love, Hoyle, Unionville. 
Love, A. E., Xoland. 
Lowe, G. C, Whaleyville, Va. 
Lunstord, W. R., Mars Hill. 
McAlpine, J. M., Stony Point. 
McCall, A. C, Duke. 
McCall, S. B., Brevard. 
McCann, Levi, Ronda. 
McCarter, W. P., Gastonia. 
McClure, W. B., Alexis. 
McCoy, D. C, Franklin. 
McCracken, R. P., Franklin. 
McDuffle, J. F., Chapel Hill. 
McDaniel, E. L. , Lattimore. 
McElreath, F. M. , Leicester. 
McFalls, W. T. Candler, R. 2. 
McGregor, J. C. , Wake Forest. 
McGregor, S. S., Xashville. 
Mclntyre, S. L., Oakboro. 
Mclver, J. A., Louisburg. 
McKaughan, J. A., Asheville. 
McKinney, C. H., Bakersville. 
McMahan, W. F., Old Fort. 
McManus, O. W., Gibson. 
McNeill, M. , Wilkesboro. 
Mace. R. G., Belmont. 
Maddry, C. E., Raleigh. 
Mahaffey, R. R.. Blantyre. 
Manley, A. J., Rosman. 
Marion. T. J., Crutchfield. 
Marley, H. C, China Grove. 
Marlow. H. J., Tabor. 
Marr, L. X., Suit. 
Marr, W. W., Cullowhee. 
Marsh, A., Marshville. 
Marshall, J. J., Macon. 
Martin, C. F., Murphy, R. 2. 
Martin, G. A., Concord. 



RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS 





Martin, .1. L. , Fuquay Springs. 


Payne, I i: . i ■ 


Martin, W. N., Alexander, 


Pi . It K . 1 




Mason, B. K., Greenshoro. 


Pennlll, W. A., Zl 




Mason, J. A., Hendersonville. 


Pennington, <;. M. , Kei 




Massingale, J. C. , Argura. 


P .11 T., M : -nil'' 




Matheny, C. C, Forest City, 


Pet< rson, C 1 1 . i 




Matheson, W. B., Bobbinsville. 


Peterson, Alex, IngoM. 




Matthews, J. H., High Point. 


Phelment, -i. P., Cllntoi ,8 C 




May, G. \V. , Gupton. 


Phillips, T. B., c hurl. • 




May, S. S., Yadkinville. 


Phillips, '; ' . Beai I - 




Mehaffey, T. P., Bobbinsville. 


Phillips, M. B . Mount 




Meigs, J. C, Marshville. 


Phillips, N. B., Barnard 




Melton, A. G., Boiling Springs. 


Pickens, .i. m . Barnard 




Melton, N. A., Hendersonville. 


Pilkerton, <;. J., Japan 




Mercer, I. M., Wilson. 


Pipes. J, c . Mai - mi 




Merritt, B. P., Goldsboro. 


Pippin, a. a . Waki 




Metcalf, W. W. , Waver ly. 


Pipkin, Howard, M 




Michael, Melvin, Patton Ridge. 


I'litinan. s m . Nev, land 




Michael, W. H., Trade, Tenn. 


Plttman, A E «',, win 




Middleton, ,T. B., Saluda. 


Pittman, Reuben, \ 




Miller, I. C, Patterson. 


Plemmons, T. II.. Greenville. 




Miller, D. L., Highlands. 


I'll mmons, I! !'• . 1 




Miller, H. B., Littleton. 


Plybon, i' T. Durham. 




Miller, H. 0., High Point. 


p... i: n . Weldon. 




Miller, J. B. , Norwood. 


I' ler, It 1' , Buckner. 




Miller, W. V., Ocona Lufty. 


Pm.i1. li. W., Winston-Salem. 




Millican, C, Bug Hill. 


PopUn, F- M . Lll 




Mills. G. T., Apex. 


Porter, A. 11.. I 




Mills, G. B., Waynesville. 


Putts. \v. T. Highlands. 




Millsap, Jesse, Wayside. 


Powell, II. a . Cid 




Minton, fi. S., Hertford. 


p. .well. B. E„ Marshville. 




Mitchell, O. B., Cameron. 


Powers, .1 M . Burgaw 




Mitchiner, J. F., Franklinton. 


Powers, J. L . Bentonsville. 




Monds, B. S., Hertford. 


Pratt. It. \ . IP i del jonvllle. 




Moore, A. 0., Clayton. 


Presslar, M. I>. I... Polkton. 




Moose, J. D., North Charlotte. 


Prestwood, B T , i. 




Mortez, W. M., Swannanoa. 


Prevatt, F. A.. Luna It 1. 




Morgan, F. M. , Flats. 


I'M \ist, li. W., Xanceyvllle. 




Morgan, B. H., Mars Hill. 


i'i Idgen, w. D., Bit 




Morgan, S. L. , Baraseur. 


Pruett, J. B., in i 




Moritz, W. L., Marshall. 


Pruette. L. It , 1 nai lotte. 




Morris, D. P., Norwood. 


Pruette, W. M . Waynesville. 




Morris, W. A., Hendersonville. 


Purvis, S. L.. Cerro Gordo. 




Morrow, J. L., Suit. 


I'ntman, I). P., Chi 




Morton, S. F., Winston -Salem. 


Pyatte, J. S., Nel 




Mumford, E. F., Wallburg. 


Quern, a i' . Bylva. 




Murray, Ed., Wake Forest. 


Queen, C, Belwood 




Murray, J. T., Winston-Salem. 


ltaniv. Virgil, Franklin. 




Murray, L. B., State Road. 


Randiiliih. R I. . Brj • City. 




Myers, B. 0., Sprint' Hope. 


Bay, i B . Soaring it. 




Myers, C. H., Charlotte. 


Redwine, B. K . Nashville. 




Myers, W. W. , North Wilkesboro. 


Beece, i>. G., Toneevilla 




Nanney, B. T., Swiss. 


Beed, T 1 i C 




Xeilson, A. J., Hendersonville. 


it. i.i. c B . Albemarle 




Nelson, E. B., Henderson, 


K, w,. K ll . Oci na Lufty. 




Nestor, J. M., Mt. Airy. 


Bhyne, C. A., Ballsbury. 




Newton, I. T.. Wliiteville. 


Bbyne, C <i . Gasi 




Nichols, L. L., Patterson. 


Bhyne, B i.. P 




Nobles, .T. W., Middlesex. 


Richardson, .1 U R llle 




Norrls, C. H., Cary. 


Richardson, W C, Gn 




Xorris, John, Boone. 


Biddle, B. B . Dllllngli I 




Norvelle, C. S., Uurham. 


Rlmmer, W W., 9 u 




Oakley, Geo., Mt. Airv 


Boach, i f . Waki 1 




O'lirian. L. B.. Mt. (Hive. 


Bobbins, T. 8., Bufi 




O'Kelley, T. W., Raleigh. 


it,.i ertson, C mi 




Oldham, s. W. Robersonvllle. 


Roberts, i: . Buthi rford 




Olive, B. I., Mt. Airy. 


It, .Pert-. I, C, Marshall 




Olive. W. S., Apex 


lt.t ertson, Wyatt, ' 




Overby, I). W., Draper. 


Robinson, W . Lundaj 




Owen, C. F., Murphy 


i: . .'■ U 




Owen, J. It. Mars Hill. 


rs, B \ . Clyde 




Owen, J- H . Argura. 


Rogei -.'' P., Orli ntal. 




Pace, V. <;., Saluda. 


Rollins, B r . 1 




Padgett, L. B., Farmville. 


BolUns, Q " 




Padgett, ("has., Bostic, B. 2. 


R , . J W . \ 




Padgett, Bush, Lattlmore. 


It i: ,. !. 'llle 




Page, J. M, S! Pauls. 


V*., Asl 




Pait. i>. B., Bladenboro. 


k .. .,-. w ii . \\ hit* 




Palmer. B. L. Hark Ridge. 


. W P- , Wi I 




Pardue, a. T., Roaring Biver 


Ruppe, ] i . i 




Pardue, T. F.. King. 


Ru h, J Vi 




Parham, J. G., Leicester. 


Russell, ^ 1 * 




Passmore, G. W., Postell, Tenn, 


Russell, W k v 




Paul, K A . Dumbarton 


Russell, i. B ' ; - nla. 





mi: 



RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS 



Sadler, .1. W., Goldsboro. 

Sasser, Lonnie, Kooky Mount. 
Sasser. T. M., New London. 
Sasser, T. L. , Candler. 
Sawyer, O. W., Plymouth. 
Scott, J. F., Blantyre. 
Scott, E. W., Canton, R. 1. 
Sears, H. C, Crabtree. 
Sebastion, G. V\\, Wilkesboro. 
Sentelle, R. A., Wayncsville. 
Seymour, T. Y., Raleigh. 
Shaver, J. M., Granite Falls. 
Shaw, F. W.. Randleman. 
Shehane, Y. T., Wingate. 
Shell, P. J., Nebo. 
Shepherd, N. H., Kenly. 
Schacklette, B. M. , Angier. 
Shoemaker, T. P., Lenoir. 
Shook, .T. B., Leicester. 
Shope, J. M., Yellow Creek. 
Shore, R. H., Blowing Rock. 
Short, R. G., Concord. 
Shuford, A., Harvard. 
Silvers, H. G., Hayesville. 
Simmons, F. L., Nebo. 
Simpson, J. E. , Brevard. 
Sinclair, J. W., Forest City. 
Slattery, J. J., Mars Hill. 
Smith, J. R., Fort Mull, S. C. 
Smith, A. B., Oakboro. 
Smith, Chas. C, Brevard. 
Smith. C. J., Franklin. 
Smith, R. L., Halifax. 
Smith, J. M., Albemarle. 
Smith, J. H., Cherokee, S. C. 
Smith, L. P., Andrews. 
Smith, L \V., Greenville. 
Smith. \V. A., Charlotte. 
Smoak. E. L.. Rural Hall. 
Snider, F. L., Mam Hill. 
Snow, J. A., Lincolnton. 
Snyder, E. C., Monroe. 
Snyder. J. S., Fayetteville. 
Snyder, J. W., Concord. 
Snyder, F. L., Mars Hill. 
Snypes, M. V.. Huntersville. 
Solesbee, A. S., Franklin. 
Soots, L. P., Madison. 
Sorgee, B., Asheville. 
Sorrels, A. P., Gilkey. 
Sorrell, C. R., Parkton. 
Sparks, A. F., Ledger. 
Sparks, J. A., Ledger. 
Sparks, J. Y. , Ledger. 
Sparks, L. E. , Moxley. 
Spease, F. E., Danalia. 
Spencer, J. O., Grassy Creek. 
Spero, R. H., West Asheville. 
Spillman, B. W., Kinston. 
Spinx, W. D., Winston-Salem. 
Sprinkle, A. J., Weaversville. 
Sprinkle, W. B., Asheville, R. 4. 
Sprinkle, Perry, Marshall. 
Spruil, Geo. E., Rocky Mount. 
Stafford. I. K., Hendersonville. 
Staley, T. E.. Ashley Heights. 
Stanley, J. W.. Spruce Pine. 
Stamps, M. , Louisburg. 
Stanberry, J. S., Almond. 
Stancil, W. D., Keruy. 
Stanley, H. R., Mt. Airy. 
Stanley, C. S., Chadbourn. 
Stanley, G. W., Mollie. 
Stanley. K. L., Bug Hill. 
Staton, M. M., Saluda. 
Stephens, A. L. , Black Mountain. 
Stepehns, A. P.. Evergreen. 
Stevens, C. E., White Oak. 
Stevens, H. T. , Greensboro. 
Stevens, W. R., Delway. 
Stiles, B. B., Burnsville. 
Stimpson, J. F. , Winton. 
Stone, J. I., Shallotte. 
Strickland, C. M., Proximity. 



Strickland. W. II.. Proximity. 
Stroup, H. M., Broadway. 
Stroup, S. A., Newton, R. 2. 
Studenbroke, K. D., Bryson City. 
Styles. B. B., Burnsville. 
Sullivan, E. F., Maxton. 
Sullivan, J. A., Wilmington. 
Suttle, J*. W., Shelby. " 
Swain, H. L. , Delway. 
Swain, V. M., Winston-Salem. 
Swift, Wellington, Reese. 
Swink, Amos, Connelly Springs. 
Tanner, M. T., Hays. 
Tart, E. N., Fayetteville. 
Tate, R. J , Fingerville, S. C. 
Tate. W. T.. Caroleen. 
Tate, R. L., Benson. 
Taylor, C. L, Lowell. 
Taylor, T. J., Warrenton. 
Teague, A. E. , Belmont. 
Teague, Grover, Taylorsville. 
Teague, J. L., Granite Falls. 
Teague, J. U., Oxford. 
Teague, G. C, Wake Forest. 
Teague, L. W., Wilkesboro. 
Teal, C. M., Forest City. 
Tew, J. O., Roseboro. 
Templeman, S. H., Elizabeth City. 
Tilley, G. V., Chapel Hill. 
Tipton, S. D., Burnsville. 
Thayer, J. H.. Elizabeth City. 
Thomas, C. A. G., Rocky Mount. 
Thomas. J. C, Boonford. 
Thompson. Jonah, Ashley Height. 
Thorn, J. L., Bostic. 
Todd, J. K., Clarendon. 
Todd, N. J., Woodsdale. 
Townsend, B., Buie's Creek. 
Trivett, G. W.. Vilas. 
Trivett, J. R., Trade, Tenn. 
Truett, W. T, Culberson. 
Tucker, G. A., Cameron. 
Tunstal), G. T., Oxford. 
Turner, A. L. , Clinton. 
Turner, C. K., Statesville. 
Turner, E. W., Hamptonville. 
Turner, G. S., Stedman. 
Turner, J. Clyde, Greensboro. 
Tyner. T. J., Whiteville. 
Tyree, W. C, Lenoir. 
Tyson, J. S., Cheraw, S. C. 
Underwood, J. M. , Postell, Tenn. 
Underwood, P. A., Mooresville. 
Vpchurch, C. A., Oxford. 
Usury E. G., Oxford. 
Vance, R. 0., Proctor. 
Vann, R. T., Raleigh. 
Vaughan, A. O., Hendersonville. 
Vernon, T. L., Sharpsburg. 
Vipperman, D. E., Pinetops. 
Vipperman, J. H., High Point. 
Vipperman, J. L., Dallas. 
Von Miller, R. M., Wilson. 
Wade, J. H., Mars Hill. 
Waff, W. B., Mocksville. 
Waldrop, J. L., Powells Point. 
Waldrop, J. J., Albemarle. 
Waldrop. H. E. , McAdensville. 
Walker. M.. Cycle. 
Wall. Zeno, Goldsboro. 
Wallace, W. R., Wake Forest. 
Walls, Isaac, Boomer. 
Walters, R. E. , Hendersonville. 
Ward, J. A., Stantonsburg. 
Washburn, D. G., Shelby, R. 4. 
Watkins, J. W., Solola. 
Watkins, Geo. T. , Durham. 
Watson, T. D., Elah. 
Watson, G. M., Darby. 
Watson, S. N., Bladenboro. 
Watson, T. , Hackett. 
Watts, S. I.. Boomer. 
Watts, F. G. , Parlier. 



RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS 






Watts, J. W., Taylorsvilk'. 

Way, H. F., Seagrove. 

Waycaster, J. K., Little Switzerland. 

Weathers, J. F., Caesar. 

Wells, E. L. , Edenton. 

Wesson, David, Henry. 

West, B. S.. Whittier. 

West, Algia. Andrews. 

West, E. P., West Jefferson. 

Weston. L U., Spray. 

Weston, E. L., Atkinson. 

Wheeler, C. C, Benson. 

Wheeler, IX M., Bamboo. 

Wheeler, L. E., Pine Bluff. 

Whitaker, H. C, Marble. 

Whitaker, J. M., Johnson City, Tenn. 

White, E. E. , Greensboro. 

White, Wade, Marshall. 

White, E. P., Rutherfordton. 

White, G. W., Chinquapin. 

White, L. McB., Kinston. 

White, L. B., Clyde. 

White, R. E., Roxboro. 

Whitener, H. C. Hickory. 

Whitley, J. W., Murfreesboro. 

Whitley, B. G., Revolution. 

Whitley, Willard, Oakboro. 

Wiggins, A. , Judson. 

Wilcox, A. W., Mooresville. 

Williams, O. P., Bryson City. 

Williams, L. R, Mars Hill. 

Williams, T. H.. Statesville. 

Williams, T. H., High Point. 

Williams, W. W.. Bessemer City. 

Willis, J. B., Hamlet. 

Willis, John, Higgins. 

Wilson, C. C, Cherryville. 

Wilson, E. D., Athlone. 

Wilson, J. H., Proctor. 

Wilson, L. A., Zionville. 

Wilson, L. C, Newiand. 

Wilson, S. B., Wallace. 

Wilson, J. B., Cherokee. S. C. 

Wilson, T. G., Flats. 

Wilson, T. O., Cane River. 

Wilson, W. M. E., Flat Rock. 

Wilson, W. E., Bakersville. 

Wise, J. W., Spindale. 

Woodard, J. M., Almond. 

Woodard, J. S., Bryson City. 

Wood, H. J., Waxhaw. 

Woodruff, I. C, Lomax. 

Wooten, F. T.. Chadboum. 

Wright, H. T., Wake Forest. 

Wright, N. L., Forest City. 

Yates, J. C. , Mooresville. 

Yokeley, W. R., Sylva. 

Yonce, D. A., Kyle. 

Yonce, J. L, Franklin. 



ORDAINED MINISTERS NOT PASTOBS 

Absher, A. V . Halls Mills. 

Adams. G. W., North Wilkesboro. 

Adams, R. E., Slloam. 

Adams. J. J.. Southport. 

Allison, E., Penrose. 

Annas, L. M., Saw Mill. 

Arnold, J. M., Damascus, Va. 

Arnold. J. x.. Highlands 

Arrington, C. • '., Mt. Airj 

Arlington.. W. K.. M' Airy. 

Ashelbv, Joseph, Edison. 

An mi, .T. H. Hamlet. 

Avant. John, Chadl -n. 

Ballard, J. M., Alexis, 
Ballard, W. IT.. liuekner. 
Bangle, L. A., Uncolnton. 
Barker, John, Benham. 
Barnes, 1). C, Barnesvllle. 
Baugh, L. A . Lincolnton. 
Baxley, A .. St raids. 
Beam, J. A . Roxl oro 
Beam, J. M., Candor. 



Beaver, .1. 


T., 






Beck, G '■ 


Ocooa i.'iMv. 




Belton, J. 


u . 


Mi Airy. 




Bennett, S. 


C 


Bi Idgnwater. 




Betts, s. .1 


. Raleigh 




Biddle, J. 


T . 


Asheville. 




Blackburn, 


M 


l> . c 


Blalock, T. 


L. 


, Ledger. 




Blalock, -T. 


C 


1.. I. 




Blanchard, 


II 


N, Chaplain 


I 






Key West Barracks. I 
I'.levins, E., Grassy Creek. 
I'.levins. C. New I-ile 
Brandon, S. O. , Jonesvllle. 



Braswell, W 
BriggS, S. C 

Brlsson, w. 
Brlsson, \v. 
Brooks, B. 
Brooks, J. 
Brookshire, 
Brown, G. 
Brown, S. 
Bryan, J. 
Bryant, X. 
Buchanan, 
Buchanan, 
Bumgardner, A 
i urger, G. F., 



A., Montezuma. 
. [vj 

L., Bladenboro. 
M , Duplin. 
B . Gastnnia 

North Wllkesl 
L., HendersonTlUe. 

Boone. 
Trap Hill 
Roaring River, 
, Elkin. 
John. Roaring River. 
W. (!.. Elk Park. 
P., Caesar. 

Clllhel 



N., 
J. 
W. 
V-, 

a.. 
w 



Caines, W. R., Chadbourn. 
('allies, J. T., Tal in' 
Cain, II. W . Roseboro. 
Calhoun, C. I.. Murphy. 
Calhoun, T. J., Proctor. 
Campbell, Neal, Grayson, 
Canippe, T. C, Hayesvllle. 
Caltron, J. T.. 
Carroll, J. R., 
Carter, H. J., 
Carter. V. M. 
Chambers, M. 
Chambliss, T. 
Chaplon, B. C 



Cheek. T. B., 
Chilton, J. W. 
Church, 3. W. 
Church, G, B 
Clark, D. I. 
Clark, I. S , 
Clifton, K. L 
Cobb, J. W., 
Colley, J. D., 



Elkin. 
Winter? llle. 

Stale Road 

Patterson 
a . Chambers. 
W., Asheville. 
, Landrum, S. < 
Whitehead. 

Winston B 

I'atl II 

. Statesville. 
Elizabeth town. 
i landlei 
. Payi ttevl 
Lumber Bridge. 



Collier. 
Conwaj 
Conrad 

Collier. 

Cook, W. !•' 

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It D., 
D. W 

S. P., 

N. II 



R 

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Cope, C m . 
Corn, M D . 

Coihren. T 

, John, 
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. i, John, 

Crisp, S. M 
■. .1 M 
. P. S 
ort, J. 

i . \ w 

Dai ^ ■ 

Davis, W H . 

Denton, J i' , 

i ii 

Dillard, C c . 

Dobson, 1 n • 

Dove, \ i 

i luncan, 
1 

Edwards, 

Edward . 

I 



Asheville, 
Linden 

i 
, Charlotte 

. Yadliinvtlle. 
Ki, b III untaln. 

Casar 



Orion. 
Mi 
J., May. -villi'. 

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Japan 
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i m , pinevllle. 
Hendci nville 

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104 RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS 


Elliott, Josiali, Hertford. 


Kirksey, G. C, Walll urg. 


EIrod, J. M. , Granite Falls. 


Kuykendall, W. J., Cameron. 


Felts, N. M., Jennings. 


Lacy, J. E. , Morganton. 


Fox. E. Lee, Henderson. 


Lanning, Jeff, Denton. 


Fox, .1. K., Granite Falls. 


Laughter, B. C, Mill Springs. 


Franklin, James, Mortimer. 


Lawrence, W. F., Hamptonville. 


Freeman, A. J., Bladenboro. 


Ledford, A. M„ Otto. 


Freeman, Isaac, Leicester. 


Lester, John, Elan. 


Gardner, W. M., Lunday. 


Lewis, John, Southern Pines. 


Glenn, W. H., Watauga Falls. 


Lindsay, D. S. , Judson. 


Goforth, S. S., New Castle. 


Liner, J. R., Charlotte. 


Gorenflo.'I. H., Hot Springs. 


Long, T. C. , Laurel Springs. 


Groom, H. M. , Hickory. 


Lowdermilk, G. P., Marion. 


Green, S. H., Warne. 


Lyon, T. M.. Trap Hill. 


Greene, Edmon, Sands. 


Lyon, J. F., Trap Hill. 


Gregory, C. C, Buckner. 


McCurry, J. H., Asheville, R. 1. 


Griffith, S. X., Murphy. 


MeDaniel. T. C, Cliffside. 


Griffin, W. M., Alexander. 


Mclntyre, R., Concord. 


Griggs, J. M., Todd. 


Manee. A. H., Southern Pines. 


Grubb, T. W., Todd. 


Marcus, W. A., Fontana. 


Gulledge, J. G., Marshville. 


Marsh, R. H., Oxford. 


Haithcock, W. F., Albemarle. 


Martin, C. H., Polkton. 


Hall, H. S., Cameron. 


Mashburn, A. B., Xealsville. 


Hall, A. J., Noland. 


Mathis, B. H., Jonesville. 


Hall, E. 0., Forney. 


Mathis, A. S.. Cycle. 


Handy, E., Dehart. 


Meadows, A. S., Cycle. 


Harper, J. H., Louisburg. 


Meadows, W. C, Poors Knob. 


Harrelson, J., Clarendon. 


Mercer, M. V., Lumberton. 


Harris, B. B., Dysartville. 


Merrill, G. L., Thomasville. 


Harris, E. R., Burnsville. 


Miller, Ambrose, Edison. 


Harris. J. W. , Canton. 


Miller, C. A., Black Mountain. 


Harris, Ralph, Albemarle. 


Miller, M. D.. Triplett. 


Hartsell, J. W., Cameron. 


Miller, E. O., Rhine. 


Hartsell, P. G., Oakboro. 


Miller, H. H.. Marshall. 


Harvvard, Geo. X., Morrlsville. 


Millsaps, K. E. , Fontana. 


Havener, Vance, Henry. 


Mintz, J. A., Shallotte. 


Haymore, C. C, Mount Airy. 


Monteith, S. B., Noland. 


Haynes, W. L., Union Mills. 


Moore, S. F., Fairview. 


Haynes, W. F., Greensbpro. 


Morgan, E. J., Candler. 


Haynes, W. , Asheville. 


Morgan, Roy, Mars Hill. 


Hellard, E. F., Winston-Salem. 


Morgan, R. H. , Rosman. 


Henderson, G. L., Bryson City. 


Morton, W. B., Louisburg 


Henderson, I. N., Hubert. 


Mull. W. B., Valdse. 


Henson, J. S., Benbovv. 


Xanney, J. F.. Murchison. 


Henson, M. C, Bushnell. 


Xash, C. H., Greensboro. 


Hickman, G. T., Winnabow. 


Xaylor, X. W., Dunn. 


Hilburn, D. H., Bladenboro. 


Xeaves, J. M., Crumpler. 


Hocutt, J. D., Ashton. 


Xelson, J. A., Mill Springs. 


Hocutt, R. L, Zebulon. 


Xewton, J. D., Thomasville. 


Hoffman, R. E., Salisbury. 


Newton, B. F., Cherry ville. 


Holloman, W. A., Jonesville. 


Xorket, L. R. , Huntersville. 


Holmes, G. W., Henderson. 


Norman, M. A., Addie. 


Holtsclaw, T. C. , Hendersonville. 


Xorris, H. W. , Holly Springs. 


Honeycutt, R., Clinton. 


Orr, G. W., Millsaps. 


Honeycutt, G. A., Albemarle. 


Overby, L. W., West Durham. 


Hooker, W. H., Asheville. 


Owens, Spurgeon, Candler. 


Hopkins, W. J., Mt. Holly. 


Page. B. R., Southport. 


Home, G. P., Shelby. 


Page, J. R., Ridgecrest. 


Howard, J. R. , Mooresville. 


Page, S. C, Dunn. 


Howell, J. G., Jefferson. 


Parham, S., AshevUle. 


Hubble, D. S., Park Mountain. 


Pendergrass, J. R., Franklin. 


Huffman, W. D., Delco. 


Purnell, P. H., Charlotte. 


Huggins, W. F., Alexis. 


Phillips, J. B., Hudson. 


Hughes, S. A.. Valley. 


Phillips, T. B., Charlotte. 


Humphrey, D. B., Lumberton. 


Pilkerton, J. M., Wilbar. 


Humphrey, H. 15., Rockingham. 


Plemmons, James, Candler. 


Humphrey, W. A., Fayetteville. 


Ponder, J. S., Marshall. 


Hunnicutt, W. A., Black Mountain. 


Ponder, S. L., Buckner. 


Hunt, G. R. , Clarendon. 


Porter, W. M. , Warrensville. 


Hurst, W. T., Manndale. 


Prevatte, John, Lumberton. 


Hutchinson, C. 0., Asheville. 


Prevette, J. E. , Jennings. 


Hutchinson, J. H., Raleigh. 


Price, A. O., Hayesville. 


Hyde, H. H., Andrews. 


Proffltt. M. S., Democrat. 


Hyder, M. H., Mill Springs. 


Pruette, J. A., Xew Light. 


Israel, L. Y., Candler. 


Pruette, G. W., Roaring River. 


Ives, S. A., Pine Bluff. 


Pruitt, J. B., Hickory. 


Johnson, J. H. , Judson. 


Pugh, J. M. , Randleman. 


Johnson, W. L. , Hamptonville. 


Pyatte, J. S., Xebo. 


Johnson, W. R., Wilmington. 


Raines. S. A., Brevard. 


Jolly, J. R., Jonesville. 


Ray, G. L. , Pensacola. 


Jones, T. J., Newiand. 


Raymond. F. B.. Como. 


Jordan. F. M., Calvert. 


Rector, J. A. , Drexel. 


King, H. B., Matthews. 


Redfern, R. D., Peachland. 



RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS 



Redmon, G. R. , Biltmofe. 
Reese, A. V., Hendersonville. 
Rennegar, G. D., Harmony. 
Riddle, J. L. , Haynes. 
Robins, E. D., Blowing Rock. 
Robinson, H. S., Supply. 
Robinson, Wyatt, Lunday. 
Rogers, T. S. , Albemarle. 
Scott, J. J., Orrum. 
Sebastian, A. T., Hays. 
Sentelle. R. E., Tarboro. 
Simmons, J. D., Coleraine. 
Simmons, S. F., Jonesville. 
Sims, A. H., Kings Mountain. 
Sisk, J. A., Marion. 
Sisk, C. T., Bryson City. 
Sitton, John, Balsam. 
Sluder, M. M., Asheville. 
Smiley, J. S., Bryson City. 
Smith, H. H., Stony Fork. 
Smith, J. F., Austin. 
Smith, ,T. T., Westfield. 
Smith, .1. W., Clayton. 
Snipes, M. V., Nebo. 
Stalleup, J. B., Franklin. 
Stallings, T. C., Rockwell. 
Stephenson, J. R. , Henderson. 
Stimpson, J. F., Lenoir. 
Stone, M. A., Apex. 
Springfield, P. C, Mars Hill. 
Springfield, O. L, Mars Hill. 
Stykes, C. L., Green Cove, Va. 
Summey, J. A., Ansonville. 
Sutton, W. F., Newell. 
Sykes, Paul, Woodland. 
Taylor, J. W., Whitsett. 
Tedder D. A., Shelby. 
Teeter, E. D., Stanfield. 
Tew, D. W., Clinton. 
Trivett, J. S., Fleetwood. 
Vestal, M. M., .lonesville. 
Walker, F. G., Lattimore. 
Walker, C. G. Mill Spring. 
Walker, J. E., Swann Station. 
Walker, J. Y., Old Fort. 
Wall, W. H., Edenton. 
Watkins, .T. W., Solola. 
Weatherman, J. G, Jennings. 
Wharton, Geo., Mars Hill. 
Whisnant, E. S., Maiden. 
White, R. T., Conway. 
Whitley, E. A., North Wilkesboro. 
Wilcox, J. O, Summit. 
Wilcox, P.. F., Shulls Mills. 
Wild, J. M., Marshall. 
Williams, J. O. , Jackson Springs. 
Williams, A. J., Rusk. 
Williams, S. J., Canton. 
Williams, W. A., Brevard. 
Wilson, J. B., Cherokee, S. C. 
Wise, J. W., Spindale. 
Wommack, Robt. , Rutherfordtoii. 
Woodson, C. J., Shelby. 
Wright, J. M., Jennings. 

Methodist Episcopal 
Church, South 

Appointments North Carolina 
Conference 

The North Carolina Conference la composed 
of nine Districts. 77S churches, with a total 
membership of 105,379. Value of churches, 
$5,114,500. Value or parsonages, $8 
Value of educational Institutions, $2,1 
Value orphanage, $750,000. Total contributed 
for all purposes during past year, $1,510,9 

Bishop Collins Denny, President. Hi' 'i 
raond, Virginia. 

R. II. Willis. Secretary, Fayettenlle. 



Webb 






E l leorane. 



DURHAM ii 
Presiding Eldei M T Plyler. 
Ilngton, Pi W. 

Burlington. 

Burlington 
Burlington. 

Burlington 
Ilngton. 
Brookdale Clrcull B T B 
Carrboro- T. W Autry. Carrljoro. 
Chapel inn Walter Patten, Chapel Hill. 
Durham. Brai B C I 

i lalvarj 1 1 E Bai i ' 
Carr— J. II. Bull 
Lakewood W C Kail 
Pearl \i i 



Circuit 1.: 



1 turhani, 

Dui bam, 

Durham. 

Durham, 
Wellman 

Durham, 

1 lurham, 

West Dui bam— J. W 

Durham Circuit W 

Graham and Haw 
Graham. 

Hillslioro Circuit — J 

Leasl mi.' < lircult — S 



Memorial— II Br« 
Trinlti A D Will 



. > 
F. Craven, Durham. 

M 



i 
Wright, Ell 

Hester, Columbia 
Bross, Poplar 



B 
F. Nick i, I. ■ 

Mebane — N. C. Yearby, Mebane 

Milton— J Bascomb Hut li j Mill 

Mount Tirzah Circuit— J. C. Will 
berlake. 

Person Circuit — It. •' '! 

Dong Memorial .1 B Hurli ■.. Roj 

Fast Roxol rn and Longhurst, B I Si 
Supply. 

Rougemont— .1. F. St arns, I'.aliamah. 

South Alamance— W. R Hard 
ville. 

YaneeyvilD Circuit— J. T. Stanford. \.i 
ville. 

Professor in Trinity College- II 1 
Durham. 

Conference Missionary Secretarj A D. Wil- 
cox. Durham. 

ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT] 
Presiding Elder — C. B Culbreth, 

beth City. 

Chowan Circuit — N. M 
City. 

Columbia Circuit— M W 

Currituck Circuit— J. I 1 
Branch. 

Dare Circuit— R. N. Kills. Manns 11a 

Kdeiiton— J. V. Knight, Bdei 

Elizabeth City, City Road li i 

Elizabeth City. First Church N M D WU- 

Gates Circuit— E. It. Clegg, I 
Hatteras Clrcull -i U JollrT. Hm 
Hertford T M '.rant, Hertl 
Kennekee Cli C. A. J 

Kitty Haw* E i MUdgetl Kill 
Moyock Clrcull W B B 
North Gates Circuit J " long. Cat. i 
Pantego and Belhaven T B Dani 

It I | I | 

luotank Clrcull E L stack. Elli 

( lits 
Perquimans Clrcull W i PI w mull 

Plymouth W G I- P ' """■ 

Boat x '•'■ P M ' 

Ropei i: D 1 1 1 ii. Bopci 
smith Camden I. m Carroll, Old I 
gouth Mills ii" "" I M ' ■• '"" 

Mills, 
Professor in Southi 

,i m Ormond, Dalli I 
President 

i i i (gin. Ki i M 

r \-, i i i i \ ll.l.r. DI8TRN i 

Presiding Bidet R H 
Bladen Clrcull '• it " 
Buckhorn Circuit W. A 1' 
Carthagi i n W I 1 



lo6 



RELIGHU'S DENOMINATIONS 



Duke — H. L. Davis; N. M. McDonald, 
supernumerary, Duke. 

Dunn — G. T. Adams, Dunn. 

Elizabeth Circuit — II. E. Lance, Ellza- 
bethtown. 

Fayetteville — Hay Street, H. A. Humble, Fay- 
ettevlle; R. B. John, supernumerary. 

Person and Calvary — J. C. Maness, Fayette- 
_yllle. 

Fayetteville Circuit — W. L. Maness, Fayette- 
ville. 

Glendon Circuit — A. B. Crumpler, Glendon. 

Goldston Circuit— E. C. Sell, Goldston. 

Haw Biver Circuit — J. B. Edwards. Bynum. 

Hemp Circuit — J. C. Cummings, Hemp. 

Jonesboro Circuit — B. E. Stanfleld, Jones- 
boro. 

LiUlngton Circuit — C. R. Ross, Lllllngton. 

Mamers Circuit — L. R. Gaines, Mamers. 

Newton Grove Circuit — S. W. Philips, 
Newton Grove. 

Parkton Circuit— R. F. Munns, Parkton. 

Pittsboro Circuit — J. J. Boone, Pittsboro. 

Roseboro Circuit— J. A. Tharpe, Roseboro. 

Sanford — L. B. Jones, Sanford. 

Siler City Circuit — O. I. Hinson, Siler 
City. 

Stedman Circuit — R. F. Taylor. Stedman. 
NEW BERN DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder — F. M. Shamburger, New 
Bern. 

Atlantic and Sea Level — E. J. Lewis, At- 
lantic. 

Beaufort — E. B. Craven, Beaufort. 

Craven Circuit — D. A. Futrell, Cove. 

Dover Circuit — E. B. Bell, Dover. 

Goldsboro, Elm Street and Pikeville— C. P. 
Jerome. 

Goldsboro, St. John— J. W. Potter. 

Goldsboro, St. Paul — C. L. Read. 

Goldsboro Circuit — C. A. Jones. Goldsboro. 

Grifton Circuit— S. T. Moyle, Grifton. 

Harlowe Circuit — W. T. Cheek. Harlowe. 

Hookerton Circuit — R. R. Grant, Hookerton. 

Jones Circuit — K. F. Duval, Trenton. 

Kinston, Caswell Street — J. M. Carraway. 

Kinston, Queen Street — C. K. Proctor. 

LaGrange Circuit— R. E. Pittman. LaGrange. 

Morehead City — W. A. Cade, Morehead City. 

Mount Olive and Calypso — G. B. Starling. 
Mount Olive. 

Mount Olive Circuit— B. E. Atkinson, 
Mount Olive. 

New Bern, Centenary— W. V. McRae. 

New Bern, Riverside and Ghent — Guy Ham- 
ilton. 

Newport Circuit — R. A. Bruton, Newport. 

Ocracoke and Portsmouth — J. H. Nichols, 
supply, Ocracoke. 

Oriental Circuit — 0. P. Fitzgerald. Orien- 
tal. 

Pamlico Circuit — K. T. Q. Cook, Stonewall. 

Pink Hill Circuit— R. W. Barfleld. Pink Hill. 

Straights Circuit — H. M. Jackson; E. W. 
Glass, supernumerary, Gloucester. 

Snow Hill Circuit— C. T. Rodgers, Snow- 
Hill. 

Student Boston University — H. B. Hill, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

RALEIGH DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder — J. C. Wooten, Raleigh. 

Benson Circuit — E. M. Hall, Benson. 

Cary Circuit — D. N. Caviness, Cary. 

Clayton — J. T. Gibbs, Clayton. 

Creedmoor Circuit — V. A. Royal. Creedmoor. 

Four Oaks Circuit— J. A. Russell, Four Oaks. 

Franklinton — O. W. Dowd. Franklinton. 

Garner Circuit — G. W. Starling, Garner. 

Granville Circuit — L. H. Joyner, Stem. 

Kenly Circuit — J. E. Holden, Kenly. 

Louisburg — L. E. Thompson, Louisburg. 

Oxford — E. M. Snipes, Oxford. 

Oxford Circuit — B. H. Black, Oxford. 

Princeton Circuit — W. G. Farrar. Princeton. 



Raleigh, Central — H. I. Glass. 

Raleigh. Edenton Street— W. W. Peele. 

Raleigh, Epworth— L. B. Pattishall. 

Raleigh, Jenkins Memorial — R. F. Bum- 
pass. 

Selma, Edgerton Memorial — G. B. Perry, 
Selma. 

Smithfleld— D. H. Tuttle. Smithfield. 

Tar River Circuit — W. J. Watson. Kittrell. 

Youngsville Circuit — T. S. Coble, Youngs- 
ville. 

Zebulon Circuit — W. L. Loy. Zebulon. 

Superintendent Anti-Saloon League — R. L. 
Davis, Raleigh. 

Business Manager. N. C. Christian Advo- 
cate — T. A. Sikes, Greensboro. 

Editor Nashville Christian Advocate — T. N. 
Ivey, Nashville. Tenn. 

President Louisburg College — A. W. Mohns, 
Louisburg. 

Superintendent Methodist Orphanage — A. S. 
Barnes. Raleigh. 

ROCKINGHAM DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder— J. H. Shore, Rockingham. 

Aberdeen — Euclid McWorter, Aberdeen. 

Biscoe — F. B. Peele, Biscoe. 

Caledonia Circuit— Frank Culbreth. Laurin- 
burg. 

Ellerbee Circuit— N. B. Johnston, Ellerbee. 

Hamlet— W. C. Martin. Hamlet. 

Laurel Hill Circuit— W. J. DuBois; J. G. 
Johnson, supernumerary. Laurel Hill. 

Laurinburg — W. R. Royal, Laurinburg. 

Lumberton — R. C. Beaman, Lumberton. 

Lumberton Circuit— F. B. McCall, Lum- 
berton. 

Maxton — J. L. Rumley, Maxton. 

Montgomery Circuit— N. L. Seabolt, Troy. 

Mount Gilead — J. A. Martin, Mount Gilead. 

Mount Gilead Circuit— A. J. Groves, Mount 
Gilead. „ , . 

Piedmont Circuit— D. A. Petty, Rockmg- 

ham. 

Raeford Circuit— J. H. Frizell. Raeford; W. 
H. Townsend. Raeford. 

Red Springs Circuit — L. S. Massey, Red 
Springs. 

Richmond Circuit— D. A. Clark, Roberdel. 

Roberdel Circuit— F. E. Dixon, Roberdel. 

Rockingham — J. D. Bundy, Rockingham. 

Robeson Circuit — W. F. Trawick, Fairmont. 

Rowland Circuit— P. D. Woodall, Gibson; 
R. W. Townsend. supernumerary. Rowland. 

St. John and Gibson — A. J. Parker, Row- 

St.' Paul Circuit— I. T. Poole, St. Paul. 

Trov — J. W. Harrell, Troy. 

Vass Circuit — F. B. Noblett, Cameron. 

West End Circuit— W. H. Brown, West End. 
WASHINGTON DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder — S. A. Cotton, Washington. 

Aurora Circuit — W. C. Benson, Aurora. 

Ayden — J. M. Wright, Ayden. 

Bailey Circuit — L. C. Brothers, Bailey. 

Bath Circuit — R. J. Lough. Bath. 

Bethel— L. L. Smith, Bethel. 

Elm City— G. W. Fisher. Elm City. 

Fairfield — D. A. Watkins. Fairfield. 

Farmville Circuit— C. T. Thrift. Farm- 
ville. 

Fremont Circuit — J. A. Dailey, Fremont. 

Greenville, Jarvis Memorial — V. P. Scoville, 
Greenville. 

Grlmesland Circuit — J. C. Harmon, and 
F. E. Eure. Grlmesland. 

Mattamuskett Circuit — J. J. Lewis, Lake 
Landing. 

McKendree Circuit — J. H. Miller, Pine- 
tops. 

Nashville — E. C. Few. Nashville. 

Robersonville Circuit — C. M. Pegram. 
Robersonvllle. 

Rocky Mount. Clark Street — L. T. Singleton. 



RELIC lot's DENOMINATIONS 






Rocky Mount, First Church — H. M. North. 

South Rocky Mount — E. C. Glenn, Rocky 
Mount. 

Rocky Mount Circuit— N. I!. Strickland. 
Rocky Mount. 

Stantonsburg Circuit — Daniel Lane. Stan- 
tonsburg. 

Spring Hope Circuit— W. E. Troutman. 
Spring Hope. 

Swan Quarter Circuit— W. P. Constable. 
Swan Quarter. 

Tarboro — B. B. Slaughter, Tarboro. 

Vanceboro Circuit— E. C. Durham, Vance- 
boro. 

Washington — J. H. McCraeken. Washington. 

Wilson. Calvary — W. N. Vanghan. 

Wilson, First Church — F. S. Love. 

Conference Secretary of Education — H. M. 
North. Rocky Mount. 

WELDON DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder— S. E. Mercer, Weldon. 

Ahoskie Circuit— M. F. Hodges. Ahoskie. 

Battleboro and Whitakers— J. C. Humble. 
Battleboro. 

Bertio Circuit— B. F. Boone, Windsor. 

Conway Circuit— J. B. Thompson. Conway. 

Enfield— Rufus Bradley, Enfield. 

Halifax Circuit— J. G. Midgt'tt, Halifax. 

Carysburg Circuit— William Towe, Garysburg. 

Henderson, First Church— T. G. Vickers. 
Henderson. , 

N. and S. Henderson— G. G. Whitehurst. 
Henderson. 

Littleton— G. F. Smith, Littleton; J. M. 
Rhodes, supernumerary, Greensboro. 

Middleburg Circuit/— E. D. Dodd. Middle- 

Murfreesboro and Winton — L. C. Larkin, 
Murfreesboro. 

Norlina Circuit— Marvin Self, Norlina. 
Northampton Circuit— B. P. Robinson. Jack- 

S °Roanoke Circuit— N. M. Wright, Aurelian 
Springs. „ . 

Roanoke Rapids— R. H. Broom, Roanoke 

Rx.seniary Circuit— E. H. Harrison, Rose- 
mary. -, ., , 
Scotland Neck— E. L. Hillman, Scotland 

Neck 

Warren Circuit— J. T. Draper. Warrenton. 

Warrenton Circuit— H. B. Porter, Warren- 
ton. 

Weldon— L. D. Hayman, Weldon. 

Williamston and Hamilton— M. R. Cham- 
bers, Williamston. 

Missionary to Japan— J. W. Frank. 

WILMINGTON DISTRICT 
Presiding Elder— J. M. Daniel. Wilmington. 
Burgaw— C. H. Caviness. Burgaw 
Carver's Creek— J. L. Smith. Council. 
Chadbourn Circuit— B. O. Merritt. Chad- 
bourn. „,. . 
Clinton— E. H. Davis, Clinton. 
Faison and Warsaw-C. M. Lance Faison. 
Ilallsboro Circuit-.!. K. Worthlngton, 
Hallsboro. _ T , . 
Ingold Circuit— E. W. Hurst. Jr., IngOld 
Jacksonville and Richlaiuls— A. S PS 

Ja Ke S nansvUle Circuit-G. C. Wood. Kenans- 

Vl Magnolia (Mrcuit-W. E Bocutt Magnolia. 
Old Dock Circuit— McD. MeLamb, Old 

D Onslow Circuit-L B. Sawyer. Mayavl 
Scotfs Hill Circuit E. W. Downum, 

S, "shan,." i ' 1 'c-in-uit-.i. w. Dlrmnette She 
Soutbport— J. C. Whedbee. SouUiport. 
Swansboro Circuit T W .811. i Swan 
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Circuit C. II Phillips, 

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Appointments Western Conference 

The Western Conference of 11 

Districts. IU7 Churches; with a total m 
ship ui 125,746. Value Churches, f< 
Value parsonages, $1,161,601 00 

Bishop Collins Denny, President 
mond, Va. 

William L Sherrill, LeaksvUle, Becretary. 

ASHEVILLE DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder H C. Sprinkle, \ 
Asheville, Bethel— T C i-rdan. 

Asbeville. Tliltiiion— W. F. Banford. 

Asheville, Central— A. C. ChappeU. 

AshevilU-. Chestnut Street— E R Welch 
Asheville. Baywood Street Carlock Hawk 

Asheville. Mount Pleasant— J. M. Folg.-r 



Colson. A-lnvllli- 
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West Asheville— L. W. 
AshevilU- Circuit — E. 
ersville. 

Black Mountain— C. R. Jordan. Black 

Mountain. 

Brevard — L. A. Falls. Brevard 

East Biltmore— D. Atkins, Asheville, 

Elk Mounain T.. lie — 1 1 1 «i ■■ I i • ■ ■ I 

Fairview — A. If. Whlsner, Fain 

Flat Rock and Pletchet U W. Dargan. 

East Flat Rock. 

Hendersonville — Frank Siler. Hendersonvlllo 
H.-ndcrsonvillu Circuit— ('. F. T I 

dersonville. 

Hiiminv— H. L. Powell. Candl. r 

Hot Springs— A. A. Angel. Hot S] 

Leicester — J. W, Boyle, Jr. Leicester 

Marshall— C. M Carpenter, Mar-bail. 

Mars Hill— Paul l> Anthony, Mars Bl 

Mills Blver J. 0. Cox, Borse 81 

Saluda-Tryon— R. P. Pikes, Bl 

San.h Mai -I. -I - Cil ; - ^ '- ■ ' ■ 

Springs Creek— L. C. Delp, 1 

Swannanoa— J. O. Banks, Blltm 

Weaverville Station— B. C. it. i-. i . Weaver- 

ville. 
wvavi-rviile Circuit \ J- Burrua. 

\\ eaverville. 
General Evangelist -It. Browning, Header- 

sonvllle. 

CHARLOTTE DISTRICT 
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Insonvllle- I' S Blch irdsoi \ nils 
Bethel B B Bu ' ! ■ 

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Monroe, Central — C. C. Weaver. 

North Monroe. Icemorlee — J. K. Warren. 

Morven — S. Taylor. Morven. 

Peachland — W. R. Harris, Peachland. 

Pineville — T. J. Houck. Pinevllle. 
■ Polkton— D. C. Ballard, Polkton. 

Prospect — 'W. S. Cherry. Monroe, R. 4. 

Thrift-Moores— L, H. Griffith. Paw Creek. 

1'nionville — J. W. Strider, Unionville. 

Wadeshoro — W. R. Shelton, Wadesboro. 

Waxhaw — E. X. Crowder, Waxhaw. 

Weddington — T. J. Huggins, Matthews, R. 
4. 

Missionary to Japan — S. A. Stewart. 

Missionary to Japan — N. S. Oghurn. 

President Southern Industrial Institute- - 
J. A. Baldwin. 

GREENSBORO DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder — W. F. Womhle. Greensboro 

Asheboro — W. H. Willis, Asheboro. 

Coleridge — J. H. Brendall, Coleridge. 

De?p River — J. A. Howell, Randleman, R. 2. 

Gibsonville — G. W. Clay, Gibsonyille. 

Greensboro. Bethel — R. A. Truitt. 

Greensboro, Carraway Memorial — J. W. Ken- 
nedy. 

Greensboro. Centenary — R. G. Tuttle. 

Greensboro. Glenwood and Grace — W. A. 
Barber. 

Greensboro, Park Place — L. B. Hayes. 

Greensboro. Spring Garden Street— G. T. 
Bond, and J. W. Long, supernumerary. 

Greensboro, Walnut Street — A. Burgess. 

Greensboro. West Market Street — J. H. 
Barnhardt: E. P. Billups, Jr. preacher. 

East Greensboro — D. R. Profflt. Greensboro. 
R. 4. 

West Greensboro — C F. Sherrill, Guilford 
College. 

High Point, East End — E. J. Harbison. 

High Point, Main Street — T. J. Rodgers. 

High Point. Wesley Memorial — E. K. Mc- 
Larty: H. W. Howard, Jr. preacher. 

Jamestown and Oakdale — W. C. Jones, 
Jamestown. 

Liberty — A. L. Lucas, Liberty. 

Pleasant Garden— A. G. Loftin, Pleasant 
Garden. 

Ramseur and Franklinville — W. L. Scott, 
Ramseur. 

Randleman — J. A. Bowles. Randleman 

Randolph— J. E. Woosley, Trinity. 

Reidsville, Main Street — M. F. Moores, Reids- 
ville. 

Ruffin— H. F. Starr, supply. Ruffln. 

T'wharrie — W. B. Thompson. Farmer. 

Wentworth — C. P. Goode, Reidsville. 

President Greensboro College — S. B. Turren 
tine. Greensboro 

Treasurer Greensboro College — W. M. Curtis 
Greensboro. 

Editor of the North Carolina Christian Ad- 
vocate—A. W. Plyler, Greensboro. 

Book Editor and Editor of the Methodist 
Quarterly Review — G. T. Rowe, Nashville, 
Tenn. 

Missionary Evangelist — S, T. Barber, Greens- 
boro. 

MARION DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder — Z. Paris, Marion. 

Bald Creek— J. W. Groce, Bald Creek. 

Broad River — Elmer Simpson. Harris. 

Burnsville — J. B. Tabor. Burnsville. 

Bostic Circuit — L. L. Smith, Bostic. 

Cliffside and Allendale — J. C. Keever, Cliff- 
side. 

Connelly Springs — W. F. Elliott, Connelly 
Springs. 

Gilkey— J. P. Hornbuckle, Gilkey. 

Forest City and Pleasant Grove — Parker 
Holmes, Forest City. 

Glen Alpine — R. C. Goforth, Glen Alpine. 

Henrietta. Caroleen — J. C. Postelle, Henri- 
etta. 



Marion — W. E. Poovey, Marion. 

Marion Circuit — E. D. Ballard, Marion. 

Marion Mills — J. I. Spinks, Marion. 

McDowell Circuit — P. H. Brittain, Nebo 
City. 

Micaville — H. E. Stimson. Boonford. 

Mill Springs — H. C. Freeman, Mill Springs. 

Morganton — W. R. Ware, Morganton. 

Morganton Circuit — J. C. Gentry; J. M. 
Price, Jr. preacher, Morganton. 

Old Fort— G. H. Christenbury, Old Fort. 

Rutherfordton Station — J. O. Erwin, 
Rutherfordton. 

Spruce Pine and Bakersville — J. A. Fry, 
Spruce Pines. 

Spindale and Alexander — J. J. Gray, 
Spindale. 

Table Rock — W. J. Hackney. Morganton, 
R. F. D. 

Professor in Rutherford College — J. W. Ben- 
nett. Rutherford College. 

Professor in Rutherford College — R. M. 
Hauss, Rutherford College. 

Divinity School, Boston University — A. P. 
Brantley, Boston, Mass. 

Divinity School, Boston University — O. L. 
Simpson, Boston. Mass. 

Conference Evangelist — James H. Green. 

MOUNT AIRY DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder — J. H. West. Mount Airy. 

Ararat — J. A. Snow, Mt. Airy. 

Danbury — D. V. Howell, Danbury. 

Dobson — C. C. Totherow, supply, Dobson. 

Draper — J. W. Campbell, Draper. 

Elkin— A. P. Ratledge, Elkin. 

Jonesville — J. J. Eads, Jonesville. 

Leaksville — W. L. Sherrill, Leaksville. 

Madison-Stoneville — J. P. Morris, Madison. 

Mayodan — W. M. Wall, supply. Mayodan. 

Mount Airy, Central — H. K. Royer, Mount 
Airv. 

Rockford Street— G. W. Williams, Mt. Airy. 

Mount Airy Circuit — J. A. Cook, Mount 
Airy. 

Pilot Mountain — J. H. Capps, Pilot Moun- 
tain 

Rural Hall— A. G. Canada. Rural Hall. 

Sandy Ridge — M. E. Leftwich, Sandy Ridge. 

Spray — C. "W. Bowling, Spray. 

Stokesdale — T. V. Crouse, Stokesdale. 

Summerrleld — W. L. Dawson, Summerfleld. 

Walnut Cove — J. T. Ratledge. Walnut Cove. 

Yadkinville — F. W. Cook. Yadkinville. 

NORTH WILKES'ORO DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder — J. W. Williams. Jefferson. 

Avery Circuit — T. S. Roten, Plum Tree. 

Boone — G. C. Brinkman, Boone. 

Creston — A. A. Godfrey, Creston. 

Elkland— T. G. Williams, Elkland. 

Elk Park— W. A. Thomas. Elk Park. 

Helton — W. E. Moretz. Jefferson. 

Jefferson — J. L. Reynolds, Jefferson. 

North Wilkesboro — M. T. Smathers, North 
Wilkesboro. 

North Wilkes Circuit — W. J. Miller, North 
Wilkesboro. 

Sparta — E. Myers, Sparta. 

Watauga — J. E. Womack. Amantha. 

Wilkesboro — S. M. Needham, Wilkesboro. 

Wilkes Circuit — E. E. Yates, Moravian 
Falls. 

Chaplain Appalachian Training School — J. 
M. Downum, Boone. 

SALISBURY DISTRICT 
Presiding Elder — T. F. Marr. Salisbury. 
Albemarle. Central — C. M. Pickens. 
Albemarle, First Street — J. A. Sharpe. 
Badin— W. S. Hale, Badin. 
Chine Grove — S. E. Richardson, China 
Grove. , 

Concord. Central — W. A. Jenkins. 



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Concord, Epworth — M. A. Osborne. 
Concord, Forest Hill — J. F. Armstrong. 
Concord, Harmony — R. F. Mock. 
Concord, Kerr Street — B. F. Flncher. 
Concord. Westford — J. C. Umberger. 
Concord Circuit — VV. A. Rollins. Concord. 
Gold Hill— D. P. Grant. Gold Mill. 
Kannapolis — R. A. Swaringgen, Kannapolis. 
Landis — J. C. Brown, Landis. 
Mount Pleasant— W. T. Albright. Mount 
Pleasant. 
New London — J. S. Folger. New London. 
Norwood — F. O. Dryman, Norwood. 
Norwood Circuit — G. G. Adams. Norwood. 
Salem — R. O. Eller. Albemarle, R. 3. 
Salisbury. First Church— J. F. Kirk. 
Salisbury, North Main — F. J. Stough. 
Salisbury, Park Avenue — H. H. Robbins. 
Salisbury, South Main— M. B. Woosley. 
Salisbury Circuit— C. R. Allison. Salisbury. 
Spencer, Central — T. P. Jamison, Spencer. 
East Spencer— R. C. Kirk, Spencer. 
Woodleaf— T. A. Plyler. Woodleaf. 

SHELBY DISTRICT. 

Presiding Eld r — H. H. Jordan. Gastoinia. 

Belmont — J. E. Thompson, Belmont. 

Belwood — D. H. Rinehart, Belwood. 

Bessemer — E. P. Stabler, Bessemer City. 

Cherryville— J. F. Moser, Cherryville. 

Cramerton — C. M. McKinney. Cramerton. 

Crouse — J. E. B. Houser, Crous.'. 

Dallas — A. S. Raper, Dallas. 

Gastonia, East End— M. W. Mann. 

Gastonia. Franklin Avenue — G. W. Vick. 

Gastonia, Main Street— \V. A. Lambeth. 

Gastonia. Trinity— M. W. Heckard. 

Gastonia, West End— D. W. Brown. 

Gastonia-Ranlo— R. L. Forbis. 

Kings Mountain — R. M. Hoyle, Kings Moun- 
tain. 

Lincolnton — J. T. Mangum. Lincolnton. 

Lincoln Circuit — J. W. Combs. Lincolnton. 

Lowell — R. H. Kennington. Lowell. 

Lowesville— O. C. Fortenbury, Stanley, R. 
F. D. 

McAdenville — C. M. Campbell, McAdenville. 

Mount Holly— O. P. Ader. C. E. Rozzell, 
Mount Holly. 

Polkville— E. M. Avett, Shelby, R. F. D. 

Rock Springs — H. C. Byrum. Denver. 

Shelby, Central — A. L. Stanford. 

Shelby, LaFayette Street— J. W. Ingle. 

Shelby Circuit— B. Wilson. Shelby. 

South Fork— W. M. Boring. Newton, R. F. D. 

Stanley — A. Sherrill, Stanley. 

STATESVILLE DISTRICT. 

Presiding Elder — D. M. Litaker, Statesville. 

Alexander — A. R. Bell, Taylorsvile. 

Balls Creek— T. W. Hager. Catawha. 

Catawba — A. C. Kennedy, Catawba. 

Cool Spring— J. E. McSwain. Cleveland, R. 2. 

Davidson — R. L. Foster. Davidson. 

Dudley Shoals — J. M. Barber, Granite Falls. 
R. F. D. 

Elmwood — D. A. Lewis, Elmwood. 

Granite Falls— N. C. Williams, Granite 
Falls. 

Hickory, First Church— C. S. Kirkpatrick. 

Hickory. West View — J. R Walker. 

Hiddenite— D. A. Oakley, supply, Middomtt 

Hudson — R. K. Brady. Hudson. 

Huntersville — I. L Roberts. Supply. 

Lenoir, First Church— P. W. Tucker. 

South Lenoir— M. H. Tuttle. Lenoir. 

Lenoir Circuit— Fred H. Price. Lenoir. 

Maiden — Ira Erwin, Maiden. 

Mooresville, Central— L, B. Abernathy. 

Mooresville. Broad Street <:. W. Kink. 

Mooresville. Jones Memorial, M. 11. Ashmore. 
Supply. 

Mooresville Circuit— D. P. Waters M 
ville. 



Mount Zi. ii .1 ii Bn 

Newton W B Shlnn. Newt 

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Hindis-- — J, E. Hipp, Rl 

Statesville. Broad Street J \\ 

Statesville, Race Street E W i 

Statesville Circuit R. L. Melton. Bl 
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st, my Point T i: Wagg, SI 

Troutman — J. A. Peeler, Troutmi 

Student Trinity Collegi M. G Brvln, 
ham. 

Conference Educational Secretarj W 
Goode, Hickory. 

WAYNF.SVILLE DI8TBICT 
Presiding Elder — R. S. Howie. Waynesvllli-. 
Andrews .1. P. Hlpps, Andrews 
Bethel— -J. M. Green, Canton, it i D 
Bryson-Whittler— L. T. Cordell, r 

City. 

Canton — A. L. Aycock, Canton. 
Cullowhee Circuit— S. 11. Hilbrand, I 

whee. 

Franklin — W. M Smith. Franklin. 
Franklin Circuit — R. E. Ward. Franklin. 
Fines Creek — \. M ModUn, Crabl 

GlenviUt — N. L. Beasley, Glenville. 
Hiawassee — T. L Noble, Brasstown. 

Haywood— P. L. Terrell. Crabtree, 
Hayesville — F. L. Setter, Hayesville. 
Jonathan — A. L. Lathman, Waynesvllle. K I 
Judson — T. t). Smith, supply. Judson 
Macon — w. I. Hughes, Franklin. 
Murphy— M. B. Clegg, Murphy 
Murphj Circuit— C. E. Stedman, Murphy. 
Robbinsville — J. W. Parker, Robblnsvllle. 
Svlva — O. J. Jones, Sylva. 
Shoal Creek— J. H. Church, Wliittier.* 
Wavnesville — G. I>. Herman, Waynesvllle 
Wayncsville Circuit— J. ('. W. Holl 
Waynesvllle. 
Webster — Van B. Harrison, Webster, 

WINSTON SALEM DISTRICT. 
Presiding Elder— W A Newell. Wti 

Salem. 

Advance — J. 
( 'iioleeme — P. 

Davidson — It 

R. 4. 

Davie J B. Fitzgerald. Moeksvllle. 

Denton -J. N. Randall, Denton 
Fanniiigtoii — C. 0, Kennerly, Farm ln gton 
Forsyth — John CUne, Winston Salem 
Hanes-Clemons- J C. Cornett, Wli 

Salem. 

Eernersvllle E <> Cole, k rnersviUe 
Lewlsville J. W, Vestal. Lcwisrllle 
Lexington, First Church W L Hutchins. 
Lexington. 
Llnwood —J. W Campl • 11, Southmount 
Mocksvlllt \ C. Swafford, N ' 
Oak Ridge W G Mi Fai an i ' lak Ridge, 
Thomasvllle, Man: Street \ C I 
Thomasvllle, South and East J C Richard- 
eon. 

Thomasvllle Circuit T 
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Southslde Circuit — J. 
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Conference Missionary Secretary — R 
Courtney, Thomasville. 

Missionary to Cuba — J. W. Fitzgerald 

Missionary Evangelist — P. Y 
Thomasville. 

Superintendent Children's Home — C. > 
Wood. Winston-Salem. 



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SUPERANNUATED MEMBERS. 
L. Atkins, Bandera, Texas. 
M. Blair, Greensboro. 
J. Brooks. Dayton, Tenn. 

B. Carpenter, Rutherfordton. 
M. Davis, Caroleen. 

F. Glenn, Asheville. 

S. Higgins, Guilford College. 
W. Jacobs, Franklin. 

C. Mock, Winston -Salem. 
J. Ogburn, Greensboro. 

V. Price, Mt. Airy. 
P. Renyolds, Fincastle, Va. 
R. Richardson, Mt. Pleasant. 
H. Robertson, Winston-Salem. 

D. Sherrill, Statesville. 

E. Stacy, Fallston. 

G. Stanley^ Rutherford College. 

T. Steele, St. Petersburg, Fla. 
T. Stover, Rutherford College. 
L. Teaguej Prentiss. 
L. Townsend. Chapel Hill. 

H. Vestal, Boonville. 
A. York, Lincolnton. 



China 



H. Summerell, 



A. Drenan, Mt. 



PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

There are 273 Presbyterian ministers in the 
State. 516 churches, a membership of 65,556; 
Sunday School enrollment of 57,856. A total 
of $2,126,649 was contributed the past year 
by the membership for all purposes. 

Clerks of Presbyteries. 

Orange — Rev. D. I. Craig, Reidsville. 

Concord— Rev. E. D. Brown, D. D. 
Grove, R. F. D. 2. 

Fayetteville — Rev. E. L. Siler, Maxton. 

Wilmington— Rev. W. P. M. Currie, Wallace. 

Mecklenburg — Rev. C. C. Anderson, Char- 
lotte. 

Albemarle — Rev. J. N. 
D. D., New Bern. 

King's Mountain — Rev. F. 
Holly. 

Orange Presbytery. 

D. I. Craig, Reidsville. 

C. W. Robinson, North Wilkesboro. 

R. W. George, Francisco. 

C. E. Hodgin, Greensboro. 

S. M. Rankin, Greensboro. 

J. S. Morrow, (colored). North Wilkesboro. 

H. S. Bradshaw, Hillsboro. 

E. H. Harding, Davidson College. 
R. M. Williams, Greensboro. 

P. H. Gwyn, Spray. 
W. O. Sample, Mebane. 
W. S. Wilhelm, Rougemont. 
Numa R. Claytor, Milton. 
George W. Lee, Winston-Salem. 
John McEachern, Kusan. Asia. 
W. D. Moss. Chapel Hill. 
L. S. Chaffer, 1H31 Walnut St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

C. P. Coble. High Point. 

C. W. Irwin, Glade Valley. 

E. Frank Lee, Greensboro. 

W. P. Robertson, Mebane, R. F. D. 

T. W. Simpson, Durham. 

T. M. McConnell, Greensboro. 

J. W. Clegg, Greensboro. 

Charles F. Myers, Greensboro. 

L. T. Wilds, Jr., Lexington. 

C. D. Whitelev, Cedar Grove. 



A. W. Shaw, Mebane. 

G. L. Whiteley. Whitsett. 

J. H. Smith, Lexington. 

E. N. Caldwell. Graham. 

E. W. Thompson, Sparta. 

W. S. Milne, Greensboro, R. F. D. 

Z. V. Roberson, Mt. Airy. 

R. S. Arrowood, Greensboro. 

D. H. Scanlon, Durham. 
J. S. Kennison, Durham. 
W. P. McCorkle. Burlington. 

W. T. Thompson, Richmond, Va. 

J. S. Foster, Winston-Salem. 

M. E. Hansel, Mebane, R. F. D. 

R. S. Carson, Durham. 

Wade C. Smith, Greensboro. 

R. L. Berry, Francisco. 

R. E. Henderlite. Rougemont, R. F. D. 

N. P. Farrior, Mexico. 

E. C. Murray, Jr., Juarez 29, Toluco, 
Mexico. 

T. F. Haney, Winston-Salem. 

W. T. Pearmon, Elkin. 

E. B. Thompson, Yanceyville. 

M. S. Huske, Reidsville. 

W. R. Potter, Burlington. 

J. S. Cook. Spray. 

Geo. L. Cooper, Durham. 

S. R. Hope, Madison. 

Concord Presbytery. 
C. M. Richards, Davidson. 
Byron Clark, Salisbury. 

E. D. Brown, China Grove, R. F. D. 2. 
J. M. Grier, Newton. 
E. P. Bradley, Mocksville. 
T. W. Lingle. Davidson. 
C. E. Raynall. Statesville. 
L. L. Moore, Taylorsville. 
J. C. Story, Marion. 
C. B. Heller, Salisbury. 
W. L. Lingle, Richmond, Va. 
W. C. C. Foster, Barium Springs. 
Ovid Pullen, Kannapolis. 
W. E. West, Mooresville. 
J. H. Brady, Kochi, Japan. 
H. M. Parker, Statesville. 
T. H. Spence, Harrisburg. 
J. M. Clark, Statesville. 
S. L. Cathey, Loray. 
J. E. Robinson, Yadkinville. 
J. Andrew Smith, Statesville. 
John Pons, Valdese. 
J. S. Wood. Spencer. 
Robert O. Lucke, Mooresville. 
A. A. McLean, Lenoir. 
W. C. Wauchope, Concord. 

E. M. Craig, Hickory. 

John A. MacLean, Morganton. 
W. M. Hunter, Davidson. 
K. L. Mclver, Concord. 
C. Q. Myers, Concord. 
J. A. Scott, Harmony. 
R. W. Boyd, Mooresville. 

F. A. Barnes, Concord. 

G. H. Ellmore, Cleveland. 
W. C. Jamison, Kannapolis. 
W. L. Baker, Cleveland. 

White, Mooresville. 

Eubank, Concord. 
J. L. McBride, Old Fort. 
W. F. Hollingsworth, Statesville. 
H. H. Cassady, Woodleaf. 

Fayetteville Presbytery. 
H. G. Hill, Maxton, R. F. D. 2. 
M. D. McNeill. Cameron. 
L. L. Little, Mangum. 
W. C. Buchanan, Gifu, Japan. 
C. G. Vardell. Red Springs. 
G. T. Pace, Kenansville. 



R. A. 

W. II. 



RELIGIOUS D 


^NOMINATIONS 




L. Smith, Fayetteville. 

J. D. A. Brown, Aberdeen. 


R. J. Mri Iwaln, m 
Leonard Gill, Chai 




W. C. Brown, Raeford. 


H. E. Gurney, \i 




H. M. Dixon, Red Springs. 
A. R. McQueen, Dunn. 


W. C. McLa ma. 
L W. Brown, Charlotte. 




C. V. Cavitt, Sanford, R. F. D. 


C. If. Little, Chai 




V, R. Gaston, Aberdeen. 


J. C. Hardin. Chai 




I. N. Clegg, Rowland. 
W. L. Wilson, Hemp. 
A. T. Lassiter, Benson. 


B B. Shankel, Indian Trail, 
w. b. Coppedge, Rockingham 
A. T. Young, Hamli i 




B. A. McLeod, Hope Mills. 

C. L Wicker. Gulf. 


R. L Patrick. Rockingham. 

It. S. Latimer, Pageland. B C 




L. A. McLaurin, Bowland. 


c.. F. Hell. Charlotte. 




C. E. Clarke, Carthage. 


It. S. Burwell, charlotte. 




Eugene Alexander, Baeford. 


A. s. Johnson, Charlotte. 




C. E. Moorehouse, Luniberton. 


J. J. Douglas. Wadesl 




W. E. Hill, Fayetteville. 


C. II. Bowan, Paw Creek. 




J. W. Goodman, Bed Springs, B. F. D. 


A. II. Temple, Lot ubI 




E. L. Siler, Maxton. 


C. E. White, MarshviUe. 




C. B. Bailey, Laurel Hill. 


C. C. Anderson, Charlotte. 




D. L. Jones, Hope Mills. 


G. B. Thompson, Waxhaw. 




G. F. Kirkpatrick, Laurinburg. 


H. W. Culbertson, Charlotte. 




C. B. Craig, Laurinburg. 


H. C. Carmichael, Charlotte 




Dugald Munroe, Bed Springs. 


L. E. Wells, Derita. 




A. W. Crawford, Greensboro. 


J. G. Garth. Charlotte. 




E. C. Murray. St. Pauls. 


J. W. Stork. Ml. Gilead. 




J. F. Menius, Buie's Creek. 


W. C. Rourk, Oakboro. 




C. M. Gibbs, Linden. 


B. H. M. Brown, Charlotte. 




B. G. Matheson, Jackson Springs. 


A. E. Dallas, Rockingham. 




L. C. Campbell, Fayetteville. 


J. M. Walker. Charlotte. B. I 




Jonas Barclay, Pittsboro. 


W. C. Underwood, Indian Trail 




Neill Mclnnis, Selma. 


C. W. Davis, Oakboro. 




E. B. Carr, Broadway, B. F. D. 


L H. Query, Charlotte. 




J. B. Black, Bed Springs. 


W. H. Frazer, charlotte. 




W. M. Currie, Clayton. 


D. B. Green, Albemarle. 




T. C. Croker. 


B. c. Clontz, Cornelius. 




C. E. McLain. 


Q. x. Hunnycutt, Waxhaw, R r D 




Wilmington Presbytery. 


W. I!. Mcllwalne, Charlotte. 




J. E. L. Winecoff, Clarkton. 
J. S. Crowley, Wilmington. 
W. P. M. Currie, Wallace. 
L. T. Newlan'd, Kwan Ju, Korea. 


S. A. Ewart. 
M. F. Daniels. 

H. M. Pressly. 
W. S. Hamiter. 
s. B. Lyerly. 
Theo. F. Eoneycutt. 




P. L. Clark, Burgaw. 
W. W. Morton, Burgaw. 




.T. M. Gibbs, Burgaw. 


Albemarle Presbytery. 




W. M. Baker, Mt. Olive. 


J. If. .larvis, Washington. 




George M. Matthis, Clinton. 


H. B. Searight, Washington. 




A. S. Maxwell, Lavras, Brazil. 


W. McC. White. Ralel 




W. H. Goodman, Clarkton. 


J. N. II. Summerell, New Bern. 




.T. K. Phipps, Pollocksville. 


s. K. Phillips, Greenville. 




D. T. Caldwell, Wilmington. 


J. M. Millard, Littleton. 




J. 0. Mann, Wilmington. 


G. B. Ilanrahan, BUnston. 




H. F. Beatty, Atkinson. 


Peter Mclntyre, < loldsl oro. 




A. J. Howell, Wilmington. 


Lewis Collins, Send' 




J. J. Murray. Wilmington. 


11. v. McDiarmld, Clnston. 




James Lapsley, Scotland Neck. 


Stanley White, Roanoke R i| 




J. E. Purcell, Wilmington. 


A. J. Crane, Tarl 




George R. Faw, Seven Springs. 


E. s. Currie, Chi 




George W. Oldham, Kenansville. 


small B. Oglesby, Oxl 




W. C. Cuming. 


w. t Wad i 




Jonas Lapsley. 


E. i. Plai nagan, Wll • 




N. N. Fleming. 


A. M. Earle, SI 




J. M. McBride. 


F. if. Scattei good Roi M 




B. E. McClure. 


.\f. C. Bowling, Town i 




W. A. Nicholson, Kenansvifle. 


Willard Col R Uounl 




A. D. P. Gilmore, Wilmington. 


W, B. Mi R Mount. 




D. M. McGeachy. 


J. T. Wildman, rami. 




Mecklenburg Presbytery. 


If. ir. Leach, Sw Q . u 1 


D 


J. W. Moore, Susaki, Japan. 


ii C Williamson, Ouenn i i, m 




William Black. Charlotte. 


i i. Powlo, 




J. B. Bridges, Charlotte. 


C \ Lawrence, Farmrllle. 




C. G. Huntington, Charlotte. 


.i \ | ai hi N'"a Bern 




George H. Atkinson, Salisbury. 


C K Tall.'. Ilrn.l. 




M. E. Sentelle, Davidson. 


i: Clary. W 




A. B. Shaw, Charlotte. 


X i i !omi rford Oxford 




G. P. Stevens. Suchien. China 


l lanlel [vci 




B. T. Coit, Kuan Ju. Korea. 


f B Rankli , Ml B 




A. A. McGeachy. Charlotte 


ii C Whltener, 1 




J. W. nricr. Hunters«ille. 


J. ii Hcndei lite, > 




W. E. Furr, Charlotte. 


W j. Road i 





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HKLKilOl'S DK NOMINATIONS 



J. T. Dendy, Belmont 

F. A. Drenan, Mt. Holly. 

G. B. Gillespie, Gastonia. 
W. A. Murray, Shelby. 

J. C. Grier, Rutherfordton. 

Joseph Baiiett, Rutherfordton. 

F. J. Hay, King's Mountain. 

R. C. Long, Gastonia. 

A. S. Anderson, Cramerton. 

A. S." Caldwell, Tryon. 

J. J. Harrell, Bessemer City. 

A. McLauchlin, Lowell, R. F. D. 

J. M. McLain, Gastonia. 

T. G. Tate, Gastonia. 

J. K. Hall, Belmont. 

J. F. MeKinnon. Butherfordton. 

A. T. Banks, Cherryville. 

W. \V. Akers, Lincolnton. 



Protestant Episcopal 
Church 

DIOCESE OF NOBTH CAROLINA. 

Parishes, 43 ; Missions organized, 33 ; Missions 
unorganized. 44. baptized persons, 15,653; 
Communicants, 9,314. Amount contributed 
during past year, $389,795.51. 

Joseph Blount Cheshire, D. D., Bishop of 
the Diocese, Baleigh. 

Edward Anderson Penick, D. D., Bishop 
Coadjutor of the Diocese, Baleigh. 

Henry Beard Delany, D. D., Bishop in 
charge of the Colored Clergy, Baleigh. 

Allen, William Ernest, Pittsboro. 

Barber, Milton Augustus, Baleigh. 

Barker, John W., Duke. 

Baxter, Edward Worsley, Wilson. 

Benton, William DeLancey, Hillsboro. 

Bethea, Morrison, Baleigh. 

Post, Sidney Stuart, Durham. 

Bowne, Henry Norwood, High Point. 

Brown, Betram Erwin, Tarboro. 

Bunn, Boger Edgar, Wilson. 

Burg, Jacob Frederick, Salisbury. 

Burke, James Preston, Reidsville. 

Cheatham, Thaddeus Ainsley, Pinehurst. 

Clark, Walter B., Louisburg. 

Cochran, Arthur Myron, Baleigh. 

Cody, Cortez Bobert, Monroe. 

Crosby, John Holland, Warrenton. 

Fortune, Boma Coxey, Durham. 

Gribben, B. E., Winston. 

Gordon, William Jones, L-aksville. 

Goold, Edgar Hunt, Baleigh. 

Hale. Samuel Whitney, Tarboro. 

Hardin. William Hill, Salisbury. 

Hartzell, Howard Steller, Bockingham. 

Hartey, John, Southern Pines. 

Hamaker, John L. , Wadesboro. 

Horsfield, Frederick Henry Townsend, Oxford. 

Hudson, Joseph Hoyle, Warrenton. 

Hughes, Israel Harding, Baleigh. 

Hughes, Isaac Wayne, Henderson. 

Hughes, Nicholas Collin. Baleigh. 

Hunter, Aaron Burtis, Florence, Italy. 

Ingle, Julian Edward. Baleigh. 

Jackson, John Long, Charlotte. 

Jcyner, Francis, Littleton. 

King, James Edward, Charlotte. 

Lackey, Boston McKee, Baleigh. 

Lane, Henry G., Baleigh. 

Lawrence, Alfred Stratton, Chapel Hill. 

Lawrence, Thomas N., Lexington. 

Mallett, James Beginald. Walnut Cove. 

Martin, J. Levi, Boxboro. 

Mazyck, Henry DeChartigner, Mayodan. 

Meredith, Beuben, Scotland Neck. 

Milne, Mark Hemingway, Salisbury. 

Nash, Harry Oswald, Greensboro. 

Nero, Claurius Adolphus, Greensboro. 

Opie, Thomas F. , Burlington. 



Osborne, Edwin Augustus, Charlotte. 
Osborne, Francis Moore, Sewanee, Tenn. 
Owens, Bobert Bruce, Charlotte. 
Pittenger, Isaac McKendree, Baleigh. 
Bogers, Geo. F. , Charlotte. 
Small, John Ethopilus Gratten, Durham. 
Smith, Walter Johnston, Charlotte. 
Taylor, Lewis Nathaniel, Boanoke Bapids. 
Trott, Thomas Lee, Salisbury. 
Walker, William, Weymouth, Mass. 
Walton, Basil M.. Townesville. 
Way, Warren Wade, Baleigh. 
Westman, Charles Frederick Weldon. 
Weston, Milton Morgan, Tarboro. 
Wheeler, Wm. H., Charlotte. 
Wilson, Joseph Durant Cooper, Cooleemee. 
Wright, William John, Statesville. 



DIOCESE OF EAST CABOLINA. 

Parishes and organized missions, 66 unor- 
ganized missions and stations, 25; Baptized 
persons, 9,862; communicants, 6,257; amount 
contributed, $179,388.35. 

Thomas C. Darst. D. D., Bishop, Wilming- 
ton. 

Walter B. Noe, Executive Secretary, Wilming- 
ton. 

T. N. Brincefleld, Aurora. 

George W. Lay, Beaufort. 

J. N. Bynum, Belhaven. 

A. B. Parshley, Clinton. 
G. F. Hill, Elizabeth City. 
Archer Boogher, Fayetteville. 
J W. Herittage, Fayetteville. 
W. O. Cone, Goldsboro. 
Howard Alligood, Grifton. 

F. J. H. Coffin, Kinston. 

D. G. MacKinnon, New Bern. 

B. I. Johnson, New Bern. 
Theodore Patrick, Plymouth. 
J E. W. Cook, Wilmington. 
J. W. Heyes, Vanceboro. 
Stephen Gardner, Washington. 
E S. Willett. Wilmington. 
Alexander Miller, Wilmington. 
John L. Saunders, Winton. 

W. N. Harper, Belhaven. 
S. N. Griffith, Edenton. 
J. B. Brown, Washington. 

A. C. D. Noe, Farmville. 
J. E. Holder, Kinston. 

T. F. Opie, Maxton. 

F. D Dean, Wilmington. 

H. A. Cox, Wilmington. 

B. B. Drane, Edenton. 

W. H. Milton, Wilmington. 
J. B. Gibble, Wilmington. 
J. B. Mallett. Wilmington. 
George E. Manson, Windsor. 
Charles E. Williams, Creswell. 



DIOCESE OF WESTEBN NOBTH 
CABOLINA. 

Number of baptized members, 1922, 6,000; 
number of Communicants, 1922, 3,600. Value 
of church property, $812,830.00. Amount 
contributed for all purposes, $93,038.47. 

Junius M. Horner, D. D. , Bishop, Asheville. 

John H. Griffith, Archdeacon, Asheville. 

Alfred H. Stubbs, Asheville. 

Benj. S. Lassiter, Marion. 

W. B. Savage, Todd, (retired). 

F. D. Lobdell, Asheville. 

C. M. Hall, Asheville. 

J. W. C. Johnston, Gastonia. 

Albert New, Waynesville. 

S. R. Guignard, Lincolnton. 

John H. Griffith. Asheville. 

B. B. Harris, Arden. 

A. W. Farnum, Hendersonville. 

Hugh C. Dobbin, Lenoir. 

John C. Seagle, Brevard. 



RELIGH 11 s hi. NOMINATIONS 



S. B. Stroup, Hickory. 
X. C. Duncan, Morganton. 
A. G. B. Bennett, Biltmore. 
C. S. McClellan, Jr., Canton. 
J. T. Kennedy, Lineolnton. 
E. E. Knight. Rutherfordton. 
George A. Manley, Gastonia. 
Chas. K. Burnett, Tryon. 
Jacob R. Jones. Asheville. 
Jas. B. Sill, Rutherfordton. 



Methodist Protestant 
Church 

Number of ministers (ordained), 73; num- 
ber of preachers, 54; number of members. 
25,594. Value of church property, $1,243,100. 
Contributed during year, $201,373. 

MINISTERS. 
Abernethy, J. H., Thomasville. 
Alexander, J. F., Midland. 
Allied. J. F., Franklinsville. 
Ardrews, R. E., High Point. 
Andrews, R. M., Greensboro. 
Ashhurn, W. F., Liberty. 
Auman, J. C, Tokyo. Japan. 
Austin, J. H., Jennings. 
Barker, G. C, Easley, S. C. 
Bates, C. W., Henderson. 
Bethea N. G., Brinkleyville. 
Bingham, E. A.. Winston-Salem. 
Bowman, J. H., Liberty. 
Brown, G. R., High Point. 
Burgess, J. A., Burlington. 
Carson, L. W., Matthews. 
Casto, Homer, Weaverville. 
Cowan, E. G., Cherry ville. 
Curry, G. L. Charlotte. 
Dixon, A. G. , Greensboro. 
Dosier, J. F., Randleman. 
Edwards, C. J., Gibsonville. 
Fishcl, D. A. Vaughn. 
Fogleman, H. F., Asheboro. 
Forliness, C. E., Westminster, Md. 
Garner, D. I., Westminster, Md. 
Gerringer, L. W., Asheville. 
Hamilton, A. M., Tobaccoville. 
Hardy, J. D., Rockingham. 
Harrison, N. M., Greensboro. 
Haywood, A. B., Denton. 
Helms, L. S. , Democrat. 
Hethcock, R. L., Creswell. 
Highfill, D. A., Liberty. 
Holmes, G. W. Graham. 
Hulin, J. W., Seagrove. 
Hunt, G. E., Lexington. 
Hunter, A. L, Fallston. 
Hui'ter, R. A., Winston-Salem. 
Hutton, J. R. . Greensboro. 
Isley H. L, Burlington. 
Jelf, W. O., Charlotte. 
Johnson, T. M., Mebane. 



Kennett, P. S. 
Kennett, W. F. 
Lassiter, W. C, 
Laughlin, G. A. 
LedlKtter J. A., 
Lir.dley. A. O., 



Elon College. 
Greensboro. 

Kernersville. 
Randleman, 

Glen Raven. 
Snow Camp. 



Love, F.. Rutherford College. 

Lowdermilk, E. G., Brown Summit. 

Loy, D. M., Glen Raven. 

Martin, T. E. Pickens, S. C. 

Martin. W. P., Lenoir. 

McCulloch. J. F., Greensboro. (Editor M. tf 

Herald). 
McCulloch. T. F., Greensboro. 
Millaway, G. F. , Liberty. 
Minnis. J. F.. Dublla, India. 
Moose, M. L.. Thomasville. 
Morgan, D. A.. Draper. 
Morgan. J. M.. Greensboro. 



.i I > . I .. 

U J II . IllK-ll P 

u '. ii . : i 
O'Bi lent, -i B . i; 
Phillips, C i: 
Pii n 'l' i: . i 
Pike, VV. \i . i. Brty. 
i'" 1 . i. ii i, Mebane, 
Pritchard, .1. i;.. Bendei 
Quick, -l \v . p i 

ii. ed, W. D.. Pinnacle. 
Reynolds. G. L. High Toint. 
Kiddie. J. 8., Jackson's I 
Bidenhour, .1. M . Shelby. 
Ridge, Atlas. Albemarle. 
s, If J. W., Cleveland Mills. 
Shelton, a. D., Concord 
Short, Robert, Hands 
Sisk, J. B. Rockingham. 
Sisk, .1 T. Concord. 
Spencer, ('. L. , Graham, 
Stowe, J. H„ High 1'oint. 
Mul bins, R. C. Greensboro. 
Suits. Edward, High Point. 
St:rratt. H. F., Whltakers. 



E. 
W„ 
n 

T. 



Wilson. 

Burlington. 
S. B . Randleman. 
Yadkin College. 



Swain. \V. 
Taylor. S. 
Tin mpson. 
Tntteu. W. 

Trogdon, .1. B., Denton. 
Trollinger, .1 II. Triplet*, \ ■> 
Trollinger, .1. I, . Pleasant Hill. 
Troxler, R. S.. Thomasville, 
Whitaker, C. H., Mocksvllle. 
L. , Lexington. 

M.. Weaverville. 

B„ Enfield. 
D.. Beldsville. 

B. Seattle, wash. 

\ , Albemarle. 

Sigh Point 



Whitaker, 

Williams, 

Willii ins, 

Williams, 
Williams, 
Williams, 
York. L 



C. 
B. 
D. 

J. 
C. 
T. 

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North 



Carolina Churches 
of Christ 

(Disciples.) 

There .ur 201 churches, numb i 
l'l'.hht. Value of church property, 
Total contributed for all purposes during 
year, $265,241.67. 

MINISTERS 

Allen. W. R , Boanoke Rapids. 

Arnold. H. W,, Parmelc 

Armstrong, W. P., Palrfield. 

Bal cock, A. c . Spray, 

I'.agby Richard. \\ ,i 
I -.j IV, W. T II. 

Bennett, I. B., w llson. 

Bowen, T W .a C Collegi w 

Bowi n, ii r . 

I: ion, w II v 

Brluson, U \ ■' I . ■ v\ 

I pbell, Law 

i lai y, a i ! ETJi 

Case Perrj \ C College, WU 

i i easman, Robt. S . Asheville, u 

Cross, Percj < I . W i am. 

i Mi Percy ( ilem 

Davi Warren \ \\ ■< hi) . I 

.1 p Newton '•■ 
i \\ I H 

POX, Ulin K. I , i e 1 1 ■ v 1 1 1 < • 

i. hi,, 1 1 Oscai Q ii Mount 

I I 

Green, W l 

i iroce, ' C.i Enfield 

Hull. P. B . Ncu 

Martin < In, Vale 

Heaton, i \i Hi 

I |, i , . .11 \ i R 



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RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS 



Henderson, W. 0., A. C. College, Wilson. 

Hilley, Howard S.. A. C. College, Wilson. 

Holllday, Lewis R., Williaraston, R. 5. 

Holton, A. J., New Bern, R. 1. 

Howard C. W., Kinston. 

Hudson, D. A., Roanoke Rapids. 

Jackson, s. L. , Belhaven. 

Humphreys, J. W. , Wilson. 

Jlnnett, J. R., Beaufort. 

Jones. Claude C. , Greensboro. 

Langston, John J., Dunn. 

La Prade. W. T., Durham. 

Lee, C. E., Washington. 

Lee James R. . Washington, R. 2. 

Leighton. A. F., Tarboro. 

Lollis. J. W., Washington. 

McCall, P. C, Flat Rock. 

Manning, Asa J., Williamston. 

Marler, W. H., Mesic. 

Mashburn, C. B., Charlotte. 

Mattox, W. T., Stantonsburg, R. 2. 

Mayo, Louis A., Wilson. 

Mizell, John A., Swan Quarter. 

Moore. Eber E. , Vanceboro. R. 1. 

Moore, George A., Reelsboro. 

Moore, J. T., Reelsboro. 

Otey, C. E., Spray. 

Omer, L. M. , Goldsboro. 

Osborne, F. E. D.. Newton Grove, R. 1. 

Outlaw, C. F., Wilmington. 

Perry, J. M., Robersonville. 

Peterson, Jonas, Poplar. 

Phillips, Rupert A., Hassell. 

Ricks, Paul T., A. C. College, Wilson. 

Rightsell L. T.. LaGrange. 

Sadler, Lee, A. C. College, Wilson. 

Saunders, J. A., Kinston, R. 2. 

Saunders, John T., Rural Hall. 

Shamhart W. P., Greenville. 

Smith, John R., Bridgeton. 

Smith, S. T., Fairfield. 

Stoney, G. H. C, Winston- Salem. 

Stuart, J. E., Wilson. 

Sullivan, George H., Wilson. 

Taylor. J. C, Wilson, R. 1, 

Tingle J. R., Ayden. 

Topping, R. L, Edward. 

Tyndall. D. F., Kinston, R. 2. 

Ware. Charles C. Wilson. 

Winfield, W. O.. Bath. 

Worley, L. B., Reidsville. 

Worley, L. B., Reidsville. 

Williams, J. H. , Kinston. 

Wilkinson. W. V., Trenton. 

Yarborough, Theodore, Mount Olive, R. 7. 



Moravian Church 

Number of Communicants, 5.834 ; number of 
non-Communicants, 315. 

MINISTERS. 

Pishop, Edward Rondthaier, Winston-Salem. 
J. F. McCuiston, Winston-Salem. 
James E. Hall. Winston-Salem. 
Walser Allen, Kernersville. 
F. Walter Grabs, Bethania. 
Herbert Johnson, Winston-Salem. 
Howard Rondthaier, Winston-Salem. 
Ernest H. Stockton, Winston-Salem. 
J. Kenneth Pfohl, Winston-Salem. 
Edmund Schwarze, Winston-Salem. 
Edgar A. Holton. Winston-Salem. 
Leon G. Luckenbach, Winston-Salem. 
Druglas Rights, Winston-Salem. 
William E. Spaugh, Winston-Salem. 
Edwin J. Health. Winston-Salem. 
Warren Nonnemaker, Clemmons. 
William Dteininger, Winston- Salem. 



Society of Friends 

MINISTERS AND PASTORS OF NORTH 
CAROLINA YEARLY MEETING 
Eastern Quarter. 

Elizabeth R. White, Belvidere, R. F. D. 

Absalom Knight, Belvidere. 

J. Gurney Wright, Belvidere. 

Hugh White, Kernersville. 
Contentnea Quarter. 

I. Lindley Jones, Goldsboro. 

John S. Moore, Dudley, R. F. D. 

William I". Grantham, Princeton, R. F. D. 2. 

Micajah T. Cox, Goldsboro, R. F. D. 4. 

William Pelt, Goldsboro. 

J. Addison Branson, Goldsboro, R. F. D. 1. 

George H. Jernigan, Dunn. 

D. Virgil Pike, Dunn, R. F. D. 1. 

Thomas Smith, Saulston, R. F. D. 1. 
Western Quarter. 

John Permar, Graham. 

Margaret B. Hackney, Greensboro, R. 
F. D. 

Rufus Pegg, Gibsonville. 

Rufus P. King, High Point. 

Georgia G. Reeee. Snow Camp. 

Herbert W. Reynolds, Randleman, R. 
F. D. 

Jeremiah S. Cox, Greensboro. 

Alfred L. Zachary, Snow Camp, R. F. I). 

Alfred H. Harris, Snow Camp. 

Oscar Cox, Liberty, R. F. D. 3. 

Edward Harris, Siler City, R. F. D. 4. 

Henry Wrenn. Siler City, R. F. D. 

Southern Quarter. 

Clarence Macon, Georgetown, 111. 

John S. Tillman. Asheboro, R. F. D. 

Elwooil Cox, Marston. 

W. Alston Humble. Asheboro, R. F. D. 1. 

Milner A. Cox, Marston. 

Michael A. Farlow, Randleman, R. F. D. 

Michael C. Farlow, Sophia. 

Thomas Andrew, Staley. 

Joseph A. Price, High Falls. 

Sarah E. W. Winslow, Asheboro, R. F. D 

Randall M. Emmons. High Falls. 

William Cox, Ramseur. 

George H. Moore. Asheboro. 
Deep River Quarter. 

N. M. Barker, High Point, Station A. 

Walter White, High Point. 

Lewis W. McFarland. High Point. 

Samuel Haworth. High Point. 

Eugene Coltrane, Roanoke Rapids. 

Clara I. Cox, High Point. 

Robert Melvin, Greensboro. 
New Garden Quarter. 

Mary C. Woody. High Falls. 

James R .Jones. Lexington. 

W. Alpheus White, Guilford College. 

Annie E. Williams, Guilford College. 

Raymond Binford, Guilford College. 

Julia S. White. Guilford College. 

Ada Lee Stanley. Greensboro, Lee Street. 

Thomas Hendricks, Greensboro. 

James C. Holmes, Greensboro, R. F. D. 

J. Waldo Woody, High Falls. 

Joseph H. Peele, Guilford College. 

Klrby V. Bpwen, Greensboro. 

Arthur E. L. Pain, Jaruco, Cuba. 

Ellen W. Pain, Jaruco, Cuba. 

John Riley, Greensboro, Worth Street. 

Nettie Riley, Greensboro, Worth Street. 

Samuel G. Barnes, Saladillo, F. C. S.. 

Argentine. S. A. 

John C. Trivettte, Winston-Salem. 
Robert H. Dann. Guilford College. 
Hugh Moore. Winston-Salem. 



KICLIGHM'S DENOMINATIONS 



Surry Quarter. 

Samuel R. Pickett, Greensboro 

Wesley Wooten, Mount Airy, K. F. D. 

Lottie M. Robertson, White Plains. 

Joseph M. Purdie, Annapolis, Md. 

J. Thomas Chappell, Houstonville. 

Calvin Gregory, Mount Airy. 

James E. Bartlett, Galax, Va. 

D. Adolphus Robertson, Galax, Va. 
Yadkin Valley Quarter. 

Emmanuel Key, Mount Airy. 

Wade H. Adams, Yadkinville, R. F. D. 3. 

Lucy Vestal, Yadkinville, R. F. D. 3. 

Franklin Warden, Yadkinville, R. F. D. 

James Ring, East Bend, R. F. D. 1. 

F. M. Welborn. New Castle. 

G. Whitford Edgerton, Houstonville. 
W. Harvey Norman, Ararat. 

Zeno H. Dixon, Elkin. 
Charles Hutchens, East Bend. 
Alice Spainhour, Iioonville. 
Benjamin Millikan, Booneville. 
Percha Key, Mount Airy. 



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Christian Church 

Number of churches, 115 : value of church 
property, $433,551. Total amount contributed 
for all purposes during past year, $84,897.30. 

MINISTERS. 

J. F. Apple, Mebane. 

J. O. Atkinson, Elon College. 

J. P. Barrett, Henderson. 

S. L. Beougher, Graham. 

J. S. Carden, Durham. 

H. Russell Clem, Greensboro. 

W. G. Clements, Morrisville. 

G. C. Crutchfield, Elon Colloge. 

T. B. Dawson, Elon College. 

W. J. Edwards, Coleridge. 

P. H. Fleming. Burlington. 

L. W. Fogleman, Worthville. 

J. E. Franks, Cary. 

C. E. Geringer, McLeansville. 
G. J. Green, Stem. 

H. S. Hardecastle, Defiance College, 
Defiance, Ohio. 

S. C. Harrell, Durham. 
W. N. Hayes, Seagrove. 
J. W. Holt. Burlington. 

B. J. Howard. Chapel Hill. 
A. F. Iseley, Burlington. 

J. Lee Johnson. Fuquay Springs. 

P. T. Klapp. Elon College. 

J. W. Knight, Stokesdale. 

G. O. Lanksford, Burlington. 

J. A. Ledbetter, Reidsville. 

F. C. Lester, Yale Station. New Havel 
Conn. 

D. A. Long. Raleigh 

W. S. Long. Chapel Hill. 

J. E. McCauley, Halifax, Va., K. F. I). 

C. E. Newman, Virgilina, Va. 
N. G. Newman. Elon College. 
J. I'. Newman. Elon College. 
J. E. Parry, Raleigh. 

J. W. Patton. Greensboro. 

E. H. Rainej'. Yale Station. New Haven, 
Conn. 

C. R. Riddle. Burlington. 

H. Scholz. Macon. 

A. K. Scotten, Coleridge 

H. s. Smith, Yale Station New Haven, 
Conn. „ , 

J. G. Trultt. Princeton Seminary. I 
ton. N. J. 

G. R. Underwood. Bennett. 
J. W. Wellons, Elon College, 
j' D Wicker Sanford 

\V c Wicker. Elon College, 
R L. Williams. .n. Sanford. 
L. L. Wyri.-k. Elon College. 



Licentiate*. 

M Allred, Bamaeur. it 

C, I'- 
ll Coble Bui 

m Hook, ki 

B. Crutchfield, Eloi I 
Puller Job 
\v. May, Eloi 

Slon M. Lynam, i ■ ■ I 

D T McKlnney, U Hi gl 

w. T. Scott, Greensboro. 

M. T. Sorrell, Apei 

I. T. Undent I. Tancerville It S 

R. O. Smith. Asheboro, It 1. 

W. C. Martin. Ether. 



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Primitive Baptist Church 

This church has no State orgai 
numbers about 6.000 members. There %r>- 
about 200 churches, divided Into twelve asso- 
ciations. Kehukee being the old it, It having 
been formed 1"." years ago. 

MINISTERS. 
J. A. Shaw, Elizabeth City. 
R. E. Adams, Wilson. 
J. W. Wyatt, Selma. 
Samuel McMillan. High Point 
P. W. Williard. High Point 
Moses Williard. High Point 
C. A. Davis. High Polnl 
Eli Bryan, Catherine Lake. 

B. F. Tebanks, Pollocksvllle. 
E. F. Pollard, Jacksonville. 
W. W. Roberts. Newport 

J. P. Tingle, Grantsboro. 
Sylvester Hassell, Wllllamston. 
.\i B. Martin, Burlington. 

J. W. Jones, Marshville. 

.1. S. Rlsch, Winston- Salem, It ', 

J. W. Gilliam. Altamahaw. 

J. W. Gardner, Princeton. 

John Roberts, Saul 

E. F. Pear.e. Four Oaks. 
W. G. Turner. Dunn. 

K. L. Cobb, Wii 

W. Boswell, Wilson 
Robert Boswell, Wilson. 

C. F. Denny, Wilson. 

S. B. Denny, Wilson 
Wm. Monsees, Wilson 
C. IS. Hall. Cedar '. 
T. V. Monk. Durham. 
J \'. Berndon, Durnam. 
J. J. Hall. Boxl 
L. If. Hardy. Atlantic. 
Isaac .I'm -. Maple Hill 

F. W. Keene, Balelgh. 
.1. T. Coal I 

.1. ES, Adams, Angler 

J. A. T. Jones, McCul 

A, l>. J. .tins. mi. Cos 

L. if. Stepl !'■ i 

E. C. Joni Mi ' 

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.1 W. Strickland, Ho 
i. a Johnson, Bi 
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W ir vii.Mi B Peak. 

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l i. Pyrtlc, V 
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George Denny, P 

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RELIGIOUS 1>K .NOMINATIONS 



J. M. Trent. Reidsvllle. 
•I. W. Flinchura, Spray. 
S. II. Reed. Walnut Cove. 
.T. M. Williams. Sparta. 
W. F. Pruitt. Ruffln. 
R. S. Cowing. Williaraston. 
R. T. Monday, Mount Airy. 

F. P. Stone, Francisco. 
J. F. Mills, Mooresville. 
.1. C. Hooks, Fremont. 

T. H. I!. Pridgen. Rocky Mount. 
M. P.. Willi!,. id. Rocky Mount. 
A. C. Morton, High Point. 
J. T. Williams, Sharpsburg. 
W. C. Brooks, Dobson. 

G. W. Harris, Mount Airy. 
W. C. Stone, Mount Airy. 

.T. C. Dual ar, Rocky Mount. 

A. I'.. Denson, Rocky Mount. 

T. C. Hart, LaGrange. 

J. F. Spangler, Ruffln, R. 2. 

Paul Priddy, Danbury. 

Watt Priddy, Danbury. 

H. F. Hutehens, Spray. 

D. H. Staples, Greensboro. 
S. H. Reid, Walnut Cove. 
,T. W. Tuttle, Meadows. 
John Joiner. Greenville. 
John Rogerson, Williamston. 
Tillman Sawyer, Greenville. 
J. A. Corbett, Greenville. 
George Corbett, Greenville. 

J. A. Fagg, Winston -Salem. 

J. G. Southern, Winston-Salem, R. 5. 

W. C. Jones, Burlington. 

E. C. Oakes, Semora. 
Jesse Barnes. Smithfield. 
J. T. Collier, Micro. 

J. William Stephenson, Benson. 

W. C. King, Union Ridge, R. F. D. 1. 

J. M. Royal. Thurman. 

J. S. Morrison, Mount Airy. 

A. B. Key. Rusk. 

B. F. McKinney, Hurdles Mills. 
B. B. McKinney, Mclver. 

T. A. Stanfleld, Mclver. 



Free Will Baptist Church 

The membership of the Free Will Baptist 
Church is about 20,000. with Church propertv 
valued at $450,000. There are more than 300 
Churches in the six Conferences and two As- 
sociations of the State. 

MINISTERS. 
Western Conference: 
J. W. Valentine. Louisburg. 
G. W. Davis, Wilson. 
E. T. Phillips, Ayden. 
J. L. Strickland. Zebulon. 
I'.. B. Deans. Middlesex. 
W. J. Wilkins, Fremont. 
W. A. Benson, Goldsboro, R. 1. 

A. B. Utley, Apex. 

W. M. Howell, Pikeville. 
John Thompson, Nero. 

B. T. Dixon, Elm City. 
W. F. Ferrell, Selma. 

Z. P. Ferrell, Morrisville. 

N. B. Wall. Selma. 

B. P. Jones, Kenly, R. 1. 

Jas. Daniel, Kenly. 

E. C. Morris. Kinston. 

N. S. Lancaster, Black Creek. 

W. G. Boykin, New Bern. 

J. H. Lamm, Wilson. 

L. M. Mitchell, Princeton. 

L T. Phillips, Keniy. 

A. R. Flowers, Sims. 

J. R. Morris, Selma. 

W. H. Collins. Louisburg. 

,T. K. Ruffln, Bailey. 

G. W. Ferrell, Wilson. 



E. A. W. Husketh, Creedmoor. 

W. E. Anderson, Wendell. 

J. H. Whitley, Kenly. 

J. E. Davis, Pikeville. 

T. C. Marks, Durham. 

R. B. Carroll. Bailey. 

J. J. Wilson, Bail y. 

G. C. Joyner, Clayton. 

A. A. Wells, Princeton. 

H. F. Peeden, Princeton, R. 3. 

W. R. Holder, Durham. R. 8. 

J. E. Jernigan, Smithfield. 

E. T. Lucas, Lucama. 

W. W. Skellett, Lucama. 

C. M. Johnson, Goldsboro. 
R. N. Hinnant, Micro. 

G. W. Holmes, Louisburg, Route 4. 
W. R. Williams, New Bern. 
W. B. Leonard, Louisburg. 
E. E. Cox. Middlesex. 
Central Conference: 
W. H. Lathinghouse, Chicod. 
J. R. McCaskey, Winterville. 
A. Tyson, Farmville. 

D. M. Ratliff, Pinetown. 

J. T. Bundy, Walstonburg. 
S. F. Lassiter, Newsome, Va. 

A. Tyndall. Snow Hill. 
W. F. Walters, Columbia. 
J. C. Moye, Snow Hill. 

M. R. Allen, Smithville, Miss. 
J. A. Sugg, Snow Hill. 
Willie Hart, Snow Hill. 
T. E. Beaman, Goldsboro. 

E. B. Joyner, Dukes, Fla. 
J. S. Henderson, Pantego. 
R. S. Wooten, Pridgeton. 
Wm. K. Dixon, Washington. 
Loyd Jones, Columbia. 

T. H. Barnhill, Parmele. 
C. L. Little, Winterville. 
W. T. Pollard. Stokes. 
C. B. Jones, Greenville. 
P. A. Windham, Greenville. 

C. J. Harris. Greenville. 
E. B. Hart. Snow Hill. 
J. P. Woodard. Stonewall. 

D. W. Alexander, Bethel. 

L W. Wetherington, Chicod. 
W. B. Nobles. Winterville. 
R. C. Alexander, Jerry. 
J. E. Wooten. Blounts Creek. 
J. W. JVooten. Walstonburg. 
P.. J. Cash. Belhaven. 

C. T. Pew, New Bern. 

E. L. Abrams, Fountain. 
H. Leroy Harris, Kinston. 
R. F. Pittman, Ayden. 
N. D. Wiggs, Greenville. 
M. A. Woodard. Davis. 
M. E. Tyson, Farmville. 
J. J. Dail, Winterville. 
E. O. Arnold. Plymouth. 
J. M. Sauls, Snow Hill. 
Macon A. Woolard, Pantego, 
L. W. Humbles. Snow Hill. 

Cape Fear Conference: 
W. R. Coats. Four Oaks. 
H. R. Faircloth, Smithfield. 
J. W. Moore, Princeton. 
Ezekiel Westbrook. Newton Grove. 

D. R. Ennis, Duke. 
W. R. Glover. Dunn. 

R. D. Thomas. Four Oaks. 
J. W. Lucas. Duke. 
J. S. Ellis. Wilsons Mills. 
D. C. Johnson, Smithfield. 
J. R. Wallale. Four Oaks. 
J. G. Whittenton. Coats. 

B. P. Parks, Goldsboro. 
L. R. Ennis. Duke. 

Eastern Conference: 
G. W. Harrison, Trenton. 
W. W. Lewis. Beaufort. 



RELIGIOUS HI 


/NOMINATIONS 117 


R. F. Daugherty. Cove City. 


Jas. Collins, Alexander. 


L. N. Downs, Chocowinitv. 


R. V. Self, West Asheville. 


VV. J. Moore, LaGrange. 


W. W. Ballard. Alexand 


.T. A. Ringold, Bridgetou. 


Mallie Ric-e. Marshall. It. 1. 


.T. \V. Alford. Kenly. 


R. E. Guthrie, Walnut. 


J. W. Wehb, Washington. 
J. N. Edwards, Goldsboro. 
M. C. Preseott, Grantsboro. 




United Evangelical 


\V. B. Everett, Ayden. 
A. C. Austin, South Creek. 


Lutheran Church 


H. M. McAdams, Washington. 


Number of pastors, 95; Dumber of churches, 


T. P. Wallace. Alvin. 


145; number of members, 34.3SI3. Value of 


A. E. Rouse, Mount Olive. 


church property, $2,162,874. Tota ted 


.T. W. Sewell. Beaufort. 


for all purposes during past year, $429,377 


L. C. Garner, Newport. 




C. L. Merrill, Newport. 


SYNODICAL ROLL. 


B. W. Wells, Morehead City. 


O. \V. Aderholdt, Statesville. 


Solomon Duff, Kenansville. 


P. J. I ami', Lexington. 


Duffy Toler, Blounts Creek. 


B. A. Barringer, Liberty. 


J. F. Linton. Ransomville. 


A. R. Beck, Newton. 


Luke Wetherington, Middlesex. 


C. K. Bell. D. Ii.. Columbia, S. C. 


P. L Harris, Kinston. 


L. A. Bikle, D. 1)., Concord. 


J. C. Griffin, New Bern. 


J. J. Bickley, Granite falls. 


W. Lupton, Elizabeth City. 


E. K. Bodie, Gold Hill. 


S. S. Kirk, South Creek. 


N. 1>. Bodie, Thomasville. 


J. W. Russell. Beaufort. 


W. J. Boger, Newton. 


D. B. Garner, Newport. 
G. W. Keneday, Hallsville. 
K. F. Springle, Newport. 
J. E. Sawyer, Ayden. 


A. L. Boliek, Shenandoah City, Va. 

B. S. Browiu Sr., China Gi 
c. A. Brown", China Grove. 


Loyd Vernon. LaGrange. 


R. L. Brown, Salisbury. 


R. C. Keneday, Hallsville. 


W. C. Buck, Rural Mall. 


S. H. Styron, Pine Level. 


H. D. Chapman, Rockingham, Va. 


A. H. Outlaw. Morehead City. 


I. Conder, McGaheysville, Va 


John Davenport. Kinston. 


F. L. Conrad. High Point. 


G. E. Cox, Royal. 


G. H. Cooper, China Grove. 


Wesley Price. Seven Springs. 


E. It Counts, Albemarle. 


W. B. Smith, Seven Springs. 


<;. II. Cox, n. D., Salisbury. 


W. W. Cuthrell, Belhaven. 


J. F. Crigler, Charlotte. 


Pee Dee Conference: 


W. L. Dar, Edinburg, Va. 


D. A. Hester, Bladenboro R. 1. 


B. S. Dasher, Kannapolis. 


W. R. Thompson, Abbotsburg, R. 1. 
.T. M. Pait. Dublin. R 1. 


W. A. Deaton. D. D., Hickory. 
J. C. Dietz, Gastonia. 


A. J. N aly, Clarendon, R. 1. 


W. J. Finck, 1). D., New Market, Va. 


Ransom Fowler, Tabor. 


C. L. T. Fisher, Lynchburg, Va. 


.T. H. Baker, Allen, S. C, R. 1. 


C, P. Fisher, China Grove. 


D. R. Mercer, Chadbourn, R. 1. 


J. H. C. Fisher, Mt. Pleasant 


,T. W. King, Dublin, R. 1. 


C. M. Fox, Salisbury. 


E. H. Russ Bladenboro. R. 1. 


R. L. Fritz, Hickorj 


M. S. Todd. Bladenboro. 


E. Fulenwider, Salisbury. 


H. P. M. Todd, Conway, S. C, R. 3. 


V. L Fulmer, Timberville, Va. 


Mount Moriah Conference: 


W. D. Haltiwanger, Hickory. 


M. C. Quick, Bennettsville, S. C. 


E. Hite, Hickory. 


J. S. Sessoms, Laurel Hill. 


A. M. Huffman, Raleigh. 


Henry Saunders, Rockingham. 


H. W. Jeffcoat, Granite Quarry. 


J. T. Crawford, Wilson. 


E. F. Keever, I). H. Wilmington. 


H. S. Clark. Gibson. 


C. R. W. Kegley, Hickory. 


A. L. Charts, Osborne. 


M. L. Kester, Concord 


J. C. Guinn, Plant City, Fla. 


M. M. Kinard, Winston-Salem. 


R L. Clark. Gibson. 


E. H. Kohn, I'h. P.. Mi. Holly, 


Willie Jacobs, Osborne. 


F. B. Lingle, Spencer. 


Alex Perhealth, Osborne. 


G. If. L. Lingle, Mooresville. 


Toe River Association: 


C. A. Linn, Mi Pleasant 


T. H. McCoury, Senia. 


.1. A. Linn, Rockwi 11, 


D. M. Renfro, Relief. 


c it Lippard, D. 1> . ipan. 


Daivd Campbell. Magnetic City. 


C. o. Lippard, Crouse. 


L. H. Griffin, Huntdale. 


W. It. Little, Hickory. 


D. J. White, Erwin, Tenn. 


L. L. Lohr, n. D., Llncolnton. 


W. L. Morgan, Roan Mountain, Tenn. 


l\ C. Longaker, Ph.D., 1 1 Ickory. 


G. W. Brummitt, Johnson City, Tenn, R. 2. 


\V. A. Lnt/., Chai 


J. S. Arnett. Hampton. Tenn. R. 1. 
T. C. Hicks. Elk Park. 


g. W. McClanahan, Gibsonvllle. 
.1 li. Mauney, Hei 1 


Daniel Miller, Relief. 


Joseph Honeycutt, Magnetic City. 


C. B. Miller, China Grove 


J. J. Hunter, Ramseytown. 


ii. L. Miller. Statesville 


W. M. D. Tolley, Roan Mountain, Tenn., 


L. D. Miller, Lenoir, 


R. 2. 


P. L. Miller, Sail 


D. C. Tolley. Hampton, Tenn.. R. 2. 


.1. B. M Mt PI 


W. F. Johnson, Johnson City, Tenn., R. 2. 


C. I. Morgan, Lui i , \ i 


French Broad Association: 


v <:. Moi [an, B 


J. A. Martin, Marshall. 


i, Jacob Morgan, D ii . Salisbury, 


L E. Ballard. Asheville, lfifi Tiiltmore Ave. 


John L Morgan, Troutman. 


Willis W. Ballard. Baniardsville. 


s l, Nease, Claroraoni 


J. H. McKnight, Weaverville. 


c i: Norman, Kumamoto, Ja 



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KELKilorS HEXOMi: NATIONS 



I). I. Offman, Burlington 

.1. \V. Oxner. New Brookland. S. C. 

G. H. C. Park, Gastonia, R. F. D. 

C. R. Patterson, Maiden. 

,T. C. Peery, 1). D., Hickory. 

R. B. Peery, Ph.D., D. D., Hickory. 

E. Z. Pence, Manassas, Va. 

M. L. Pence, Orkney Springs, Va. 

B. E. Petrea, Wilmington, 

C. R. Pless, Lexington, 
J. P. Price, Hickory. 

C. K. Rhodes, Dallas, R. F. D. Hardin. 

S. W. Rhyne, Goldsboro. 

C. E. Ridenhour, Salisbury. 

M. L. Ridenhour, Kannapolis. 

V. C. Ridenhour, Albemarle. 

T. Von A. Riser, Rural Hall. 

P. D. Risinger, Landis. 

G. O. Richie, Salisbury. 

E. F. K. Roof, Rockwell. 

F. K. Roof, Morganton. 
W. J. Roof, Lincolnton. 

H. B. Schaeffer, Kings Mountain. 

Paul Sieg, Hickory. 

E. A. Shenk, Greensboro. 

R. B. Sigmon, Lexington. 

E. J. Sox, D. D., Hickory. 

F. M. Speagle, Mt. Ja-ckson, Va. 

A. J. Stirewalt, D. D., Kumamoto, Japan. 

J. P. Stirewalt, D. D., New Market, Va. 

M. L. Stirewalt, Maywood, Chicago, 111. 

G. A. Stoudemayer, Gilbert, S. C. 
L. A. Thomas, Concord. 

H. A. Trexler, Richfield. 

R. T. Troutman, Concord. 

A. G. Voigt, D. D., LL.D., Columbia, S. C. 

B. D. Wessinger, Cherryville. 

B, J. Wessinger, Henry. 

J. S. Wessinger, China Grove. 

C. N. Yount, Dallas. 

J. A. Yount, Taylorsville. 

N. D. Yount, Brookside. 

J. L. Yost, Bear Poplar. 



Catholic Church 

There are twenty-three churches in the 
State with resident priests ; 40 missions with 
churches. Catholic population, 8,254; Hos- 
pitals. 3; Orphanages, 2; Parochial Schools, 11. 

Bishop, Rt. Rev. Leo Haid, D.D., O.S.B., 
Belmont. 

Very Rev. Christopher Dennen, Wilmington. 

Rev. C. B. Winckler, S.S.J. , Wilmington. 

Rev. Francis J. McCourt, Wilmington. 

Rev. Louis Joseph Bour. Asheville. 

Rev. Albert Goetz, O.S.B.. Asheville. 

Rev. P. F. Burke, Asheville. 

Rev. Anthony Meyer, O.S.B.. Charlotte. 

Rev. Lawrence McHale, O.S.B., Charlotte. 

Rev. George A. Watkins, Dunn. 

Rev. William F. O'Brien, Durham. 

Rev. P. J. Doherty, Elizabeth City. 

Rev. James F. Gallagher, Fayetteville. 

Rev. A. R. Freeman, Goldsboro. 

Rev. John P. Manly, Goldsboro. 

Rev. Vincent Taylor, O.S.B., Greensboro. 

Rev. Paul G. Termer, Hamlet. 

Very Rev. Peter G. Marion, Hendersonville. 

Rev. George A. Woods, Xazareth. 

Rev. Matthew J. Woods, Xazareth. 

Rev. Francis J. Gallagher, New Bern. 

Rev. Charles J. Gable, New Bern. 

Rev. John J. Brodie. S.S..T., Xew Bern. 

Rev. M. A. Irwin. Xewton Grove. 

Rev. Edward A. Rigney, Xewton Grove. 

Rev. Thomas P. Griffin. Raleigh. 

Rev. Joseph A. Gallagher. Rocky Mount. 

Rev. Charles Kneusels, Burgaw. 

Rev. William Regnat. O.S.B., Salisbury. 

Rev. William .1. Dillon, Southern Pines. 



Very Rev. Willibald Haumgartner, O.S.B., 
Winston-Salem. 

Very Rev. Msgr. Felix Hintemeyer, D.D., 
O.S.B., Prior and Vicar General, Belmont. 

Very Rev. Melchior Reichert, O.S.I!., 
Superior, Belmont. 

Rev. Julius Pohl, O.S.B., Belmont. 

Rev. Bernard Haas, O.S.B., Belmont. 

Rev. Thomas Oestreich, D.D., O.S.B., Belmont 

Rev. Augustine Ecker, O.S.B., Belmont. 

Rev. Alphonse Buss, O.S.B.. Belmont. 

Rev. Dominic Vollmar, O.S.B., Belmont. 

Rev. Michael Mclnerney, O.S.B., Belmont. 

Rev. Maurus Buchheit, O. S. B., Belmont. 

Rev. Gerard Rettger, O.S.B. , Belmont. 

Rev. Xicholas Bliley, O.S.B., Belmont. 

Rev. Adelard Bouvilliers, O.S.B., Belmont. 

Rev. Omer Mott, O.S.B. , Belmont. 

Rev. Stanislaus Bethel, O.S.B., Belmont. 



Christian Science Church 

There are -six Churches and eight Societies 
in the State. 

PRACTITIOXERS. 

Gay, Fred C Asheville. 

Jones, Miss Elizabeth Earl, Asheville. 

McKee, Mrs. Xellie H. , Asheville. 

Fowler, Mrs. Jesse L. , Charlotte. 

Frye, Mrs. Octavia I., Charlotte. 

Jones, Miss Emily Johnson, Charlotte. 

Peebles, Mrs. Bessie J., Charlotte. 

Richardson, Miss Margaret C. Charlotte. 

Templeton, Mrs. Mary Lon, Charlotte. 

Burden, Mrs. Ella R., Goldsboro. 

Harburn, Mrs. Harriet. Greensboro. 

Harrison, Miss Mary Hatch, (teacher) New 
Bern. 

Bridgers, Mrs. Annie C. Raleigh. 

Redford, Miss Minnie L. , Raleigh. 

Pugh, Miss Mary L. , Reidsville. 

Ewing, Miss Elizabeth B., Rocky Mount. 

Bryan, Mrs. Irene, Wilmington. 

Reid, Mrs. Julia M., Wilmington. 

Wade, Mrs. Emma Redd. Wilson. 



Jewish Organizations 

There is a population of 2,336 connected with 
the Jewish Organizations in North Carolina. 
RABBIS AND OFFICERS. 

Asheville — Peth-Ha--Tephila: Rabbi. Nathan 
E. Barasch ; President, S. Sternberg ; Secretary, 
G Alexander. Bickur Cholim — Elias Fox. 

Durham — Durham Hebrew Congregation : 
President Abraham Rosenstein. 

Goldsboro — Oheb Shalom: Rabbi Julius L. 
Mayerberg; President. Leslie Weil; Secretary. 
A. Oettinger; Ladies Benevolent Society, Presi- 
dent. Mrs. Leopold Cohn; Secretary, Mrs. Henry 
Weil. 

Greensboro — Greensboro Hebrew Congregation : 
Rabbi, Montague N. A. Cohen; Secretary, M. 
E. Bloch. 

Xew Bern — Chester B'nai Sholom: President, 
M. L. Jacobs; Secretary, L. M. Wallman. 

Raleigh — House of Jacob: Rabbi Isedore 
Printz; President, M. Dworsky; Secretary, 
Harry C. Kaplan. 

Raleigh — T?mple Beth Or: President, M. 
Rosenthal ; Secretary, A. A. Aronson. 

Statesville — Emanuel: President, J. Stephany; 
Secretary, Sig. Wallace. 

Tarboro — B'nai Israel: Secretary, G. L. Heil- 
bronner. 

Wilmington — Temple Israel: Hebrew Relief 
Association, President, B. Solomon; Secretary- 
Treasurer, S. Mendelson. 

Winston-Salem — Winston-Salem Hebrew Con- 
gregation: President, Frank I'rband; Secretary, 
T Sosnik. 



SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS 



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Societies and Organizations 



AMERICAN LEGION— DEPARTMENT OF 
NORTH CAROLINA 



DEPARTMENT HEADQUARTERS 
209 W. Market St., Greensboro 



-W. Oliver 



King. 



National Committeeman. 

Cale K. Burgess, Raleigh. 

Alternate National Committeeraan- 
Smith, Raleigh. 

Hospital Chairman — Dr. Parks M 
Charlotte. 

Americaiyism Chairman — R. R. Williams, 
Asheville. 

Legislative Chairman — Frank L. Dunlap 
Waileshoro. 

Finance Chairman — C. E. Teague, Sanford. 

Service Officer — Dr. I. T. Mann, High 
Point. 

Department Executive Committee. 

Commander — James A. Lockhart. Charlotte". 

Vice Commanders — Joseph Eastman, Waynes- 
ville ; Tom C. Daniels, New Hern ; Thomas 
D. Marsh, Salisbury. 

Adjutant and Finance Officer — R. E. Denny, 
Greensboro. 

Chaplain — Rev. Anthony R. Parshley, Clin- 
ton. 

Historian — Chas. A. Sloane, Oteen. 

Judge Advocate — Matt. H. Allen, Raleigh. 

District Committeemen. 

First Dist, Committeeman — F. T. 
Washington. 

Committeeman — R. 



McDevett, 



Dist. 



T. Allen, 



Dist. Committeeman — J. B. Clute, 
Dist. Committeeman — Turner Battle, 
Committeeman — C. C 



-Geo. 
-C. E. 



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Second 
Kinston. 

Third 
Clinton. 

Fourth 
Rocky Mount. 

Fifth District 
deal, Winston-Salem. 

Sixth Dist. Committeeman- 
Wilmington. 

Seventh Dist. Committeeman- 
Sanford. 

Eighth Dist. Committeeman- 
well, Albemarle. 

Ninth Dist. Committeeman — Earl N. 
Hickory. 

Tenth Dist. Committeeman — H. 

Chandlee, Waynesville. 

Local Posts, Number and Address. 

1 Raleigh — Josephus Daniels, Jr., Comdr. ; 

Hubert P. Williams, Adjt., Raleigh. 

2 Kiffln -Rockwell— W. H. Tate, Comde. ; L. 

C. Jones, Adjt.; Richard Taylor, F. O., 
Asheville. 

3 Cumberland — Robert O. Burns, Comdr. ; 

J. T. Maloney. Adjt., Fayetteville. 

4 T. S. Bullock (Col.)— I. H. Smith, 

Comdr. ; C. S. Nerkirk, Adjt., Wilming- 
ton. 
Forrest— Dr. Claude T. Poole. 



Smith- 
Bunker, 
Teague. 
Cald- 
Carr 
W. 



L. A. King. Adjt. , and I- 

Pauls. 
Chapel Hill— Henry A. 

L. J. Phipps, Adjt., 
Durham — Frank L. 

Cleveland ll. Norton, 



Cnmdr. ; 
O.. St. 



Whitfield, Comdr.; 
Chapel Hill. 
Fuller, Comdr. ; 
Adjt., Durham. 
8 Lexington — Hubert E. Olive, Comdr. ; It. 
G. Yarborough, Adjt.; II. Hoyle sink. 
F. 0., Lexington. 
!i lliirnct's Nest— Louis G. RadelifV. Cnmdr.; 

T. Guion Griffin, Adjt., Charlotte. 
lfl Wilmington— Roherl C. Cantwell, Comdi : 
Anlrew II. Harriss, Adit.; !•'. It. Snell, 
F. <>., Wilmington. 



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Waym — .1. R. Edwards, Comdr. ; James 

C. Crone, Adjt., Goldsboro 
Joseph G. Henson — Frank S. Blue, Comdr; 

W. H. Williams. Adjt., Carthage 
Robert B. Anderson- George s. Warren, 

Comdr.; J. E. Paschall, Adjt., Wilson. 
Samuel C. Hart— W. H. Hardin. Comdr.; 

C. O. Floyd, Adjt.; B. I). McCubbins. 

F. O., Salisbury. 
Beaufort County— Wiley C. Rodman, 

Comdr.; F. T. McDevett, Adjt.; .1. P. 

Steadman, F. O. . Washington. 
Newton — Andrew Warlirk, Cnmdr,; .1. 

Merton Killian, Adjt. ; Robert .1. Shipp, 

F. O. , Newton. 
Hmry Ellis, (Col)--Angus McNeill, Chap- 
lain; J. W. Currie, Comdr.; Charles 

S. Alston, Adjt . Wilson. 
Lee County — John R. Jones, Comdr.. Sal 

ford; W. A. Whitaker, Adjt., Cumnock; 

Rex L. Kelly. F. 0„ Sanford. 
Tarboro — F. L. Sledge, Comdr.; Lyn 

Bond, Adjt., and F. O., Tarboro. 
Ellis Williamson — Oscar Leach. Comdr. ; 

Herbert McKeithan, Adjt.. Raeford. 
Burke County — W. E. Gilliam, Comdr.; 

W. C. Ross, Adjt.; Roy C. Huffman, 

F. O., Morganton. 
Leon L. Daughtry — George L. Peterson, 

Comdr.; J. B. Clute, Adjt., Clinton. 
Gaston — Miles Rudisill, Adjt. ; Ben E. 

Douglas, Comdr.; B. R. Stowe, F. O, 

Gastonia. 
Donerson-Hawkins — R. F. Shupp. Comdr. ; 

Tom C. Daniels, Adjt. ; Chas. T. Turner, 

F. O., New Hern. 
Limer — Thomas II. Williams, Comdr. ; W. 

M. Gardner, Adjt., Warrenton. 
Aberdeen — Aberdeen. 
Melvin Deese — Henry W. I'row, 

Jas. M. Morrow, Jr., Adjt ; 

Williams, F. O., Monroe. 
Lilllngton — Marshall T. Spears, 

Marvin R. Edwards, F. O. 
Dysart-Kendall— W. Clyde 

Comdr. ; Ambrose A. Bush, 

noir. 
Lincoln County— Lincoln ton. 
Anson County— Hoyte P. Taylor. 

H. J. Dockery, Adjt., 
Fort Johnson — Robert II 

Beatrice R. Carson, 

well. 

Arch Pearcf — C. E. Jeffries, I 

E. Winston, Adit., Youngsvi lie. 
Roanoke — ('has. II. Smith. Comdr.; C 

Alexander, Adit.. Scotland Neck. 
Charlie Hall— F. C. Jones, I'omdr. : Ltfyton 

McGugan, Adjt., Red Sprii 
John C. Paisley W. v Huff, Comdr.; 

o. L. White-ell. A. in . Gibsnoville. 



Comdr. 

w. w. 



Comdr. ; 
Lining ton. 
Suddreth, 

Adjt., Le- 



i omdr., 
Wadesboro. 

Davis, Comdr. ; 
Adjt., Fort Cas- 



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Tadlock, 



Comdr. 



G Suit... 

Paul ll. 



Comdr. ; 
Joyner, 

Dixon, 
Ji . itdjl 



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K. 



Bertie- Edward 

Windsor, 
Sha« -in-, w. 

Grav, Adjt : 

Wei, Inn 

Pin Counts Dr, G. Q. 

Ayden; W ll Rogers, 

Rice, P 0., Greenville. 
Edenton Edenton 
Culbreth Harris Carson Cox, C dr: 

I,. K. arns, Adjl . Thomasvllle, 
Lumberton Dai Id H Pulli r, Comdr. : 

I, Leon McGHl, Adit . Lumbi rl 
Joseph n. ituiiiii I,, i i i. hi i. \i 

Comdr ; W A Alien, \ . I n . K ll 
John Boyden, (Col I Ji hn D Miller, 

Comdr, : E, B. McKlsslck, i 

villi 



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Sherrin, 
C. L. 

Comdr. ; 



Adjt. ; 
Greens- 

Conrdr. ; 



Newell, Comdr. ; 
Henderson. 

Swain Elias, 
Stennett, Adjt. ; 

Canton. 



Den Dixon — Ashel oro. 

Morehead City— E. \V. Guthrie, Comdr. 

B. M. Eaton, Adjt, Morehead City 
llavu 1— If. W. Candlee. Comdr. 

Waynesville ; .lames E. Toy, Adjt. 

Hazlewood; T. G. Byrd, F. 0., Waynes 

ville. 
Hickory — Joseph L. Murphy, Comdr. 

Laurie A. Deal, Adjt., Hickory. 
Hamlet— Hubert T. Prosser, Comdr 

L. Williamson, Adjt., Hamlet. 
Scotland — Hugh M. McArn, Comdr.; 

Odom, Adjt., Laurinburg. 
Fred Y. McConnell— M. B. 

Comdr. ; Charlie Cook, Adjt. 

I'rupst, F. O., Concord. 
Franklin ton — Raymond Michner, 

Ro! t. E. Speed, Adjt., Franklinton. 
Henry K. Burtner — Norman A. Boren, 

Comdr.; F. A. Hutchinson, 

Kemp C. Clendenin, F. O., 

horo. 
Belhaven — William C. Lupton, 

C. R. Nickerson, Adjt., Belhaven. 
Clyde Boiling — Miss Alice Gray, Comdr. 

Irvin E. Carlyle, Adjt., Winston-Salem 
McDowell— Roy M. Giles, Comdr. ; Win- 

tield K. Keeter, Adjt., Marion. 
Pittsboro — Pittsboro. 
Coleman Pitt— W. L. Thorpe, Comdr. 

R. D. Gorham, Adjt., Rocky Mount. 
Dunn — Jas. Best, Comdr. ; C. L. Foy 

Adjt., Dunn. 
Henderson — Dr. H. A. 

T. B. Royster, Adjt., 
Varner-Rhinehardt — W. 

Comdr. ; George H. 

Robt. C. Liner, F. O 
John R. Cockrell, (Col.)— Sam Wither- 

spoon, Comdr. ; George P. Green, Adjt. ; 

Richard P. Carter, F. O., Spencer. 
Walter B. Ellis— Adrian M. Carroll, Adjt., 

Burlington. 
Huntersville — W. G. Bradford, Comdr., 

Huntersville. 
Hurst Turner — Oscar R. Mills, Comdr. ; 

Glen Muse, Adjt; Chas P. Davidson, 

F. O., Statesville. 
Mooresville — J. W. Johnson, Comdr. ; W. 

F. Morrow, Adjt.: J. F. Stafford, Jr., 

F. O. , Mooresville. 
Cliffside— Chas. F. Moore, Comdr. ; B. B. 

Goode, Adjt, Cliffside. 
Alfred Sledge— J. W. Taylor, Comdr., 

Badin. 
Henry Straughn — Dr. T. W. Carmichael, 

Comdr., Rowland. 
C. W. Francey — Henry M. Kennon, 

Comdr. ; John T. Jacobs, Adjt. ; Thomas 

C. Harrell, F. O., Oteen. 
Leonard Moore — Rev. A. O. 

Comdr. ; Hugh A. Page, Adjt. 

Ferrell, F. O., Clayton 
Harvey Ledwell — J. P. Heath, 

Randelman. 
Jones County — J. Vance Rowe, 

P. B. Pollock, Adjt, Trenton. 
Willis Towery — Dr. Frank Wilkins, Comdr. ; 

Morris D. Harrell, F. O., Forest City. 
Fred Williams— D. H. McEntlre, Adjt. ; 

R. E. Price, F. O., Rutherfordton. 
Walter B. Hill— W. H. Morrow, Comdr. ; 

J. M. Caldwell, Adjt, Albemarle. 
Hubert M. Smith— Albert V. Edwards, 

Comdr. ; M. L. Walker, Adjt. ; Jas W. 

Duff, F. 0., Hendersonville. 
Granville — A. G t,ewis, Comdr., 

W. W. Taylor, Adjt, Soudan, 
Coleman-Southard — O. G. Bain, 



B. Mclirayer. 
Adjt. ; A. W. 



Moore, 
; Hugh 

Comdr, 

Comdr. ; 



Stovall ; 
Va. 
Comdr. ; 



H. C. Stallings, Adjt, Reidsville. 
Madison — Madison. 
John Franklin — A. C. Lovelace, Comdr. 

J. C. Hames. F. O., Henrietta. 



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Warren F. Hoyk — C. 
Comdr.; W. II. Austell, 
Archer, F. O.. Shelby. 
Butler-Lewis — Fred W. Blanton, Comdr.; 
Robert L. Pearsons, Adjt, Tryon. 

Perry — Jerome E. Flora, Jr., 
Joseph Peele, Adjt, Elizabeth 



Seth E. 

Comdr. ; 

City. 
Caro E. 

Comdr. ; 



Freeman — N. H. 
G. H. Tabor, Adjt, 



I'.a ulolph, 

Bryson City. 

Davison-Cornelius — H. S. Caldwell, 

Comdr.; Julian B. Ryan, Adjt, David- 
son. 
Andrew Jackson — D. C. McRae, Comdr. ; 

Bernard H. Carravvay, Adjt; W. B. 

Hall, F. O., High Point. 
Pisgah — Thos. J. Sunimey, Comdr. ; H. E. 

Stowers, Adjt., Brevard. 
Sanders — Jonah McAuley, Comdr. ; Wesley 

Rush, Adjt. , Biscoe. 
Ernest F. Hart — Elbert H. Fuller, Comdr. ; 

James J. Walters, Adjt. ; M. K. Pinnix, 

F. O., Oxford. 
Vester-Wheless — Clement Richardson, 

Comdr. ; W. A. Alford, Adjt. ; C. E. 

Moore, F. O., Spring Hope. 
Marvin Moore — G. E. Mavnor, Comdr. ; 

E. J. Luck, Adjt, Mt Gilead. 
Wayne Mendenhall — Earl R. Wrenn. 

Comdr., Siler City. 
Shirley Hill— C. F. Roberts, Comdr. ; W. 

B. Morrill, Adjt. ; J. T. Moore, F. O.. 

Snow Hill. 
Mebane — George E. Holt, Jr., Comdr.; 

Dr. P. T. Garrison, Adjt, Mebane. 
Joe Miller Elkins — Jennings Bryan Martin 

Adjt , Murphy. 
Leslie Stillman — J. W. S. Davis, Codmr. ; 

Clyde H. Jarrett, Adjt, Andrews. 
Dean-Parrish — Sparta. 
Carteret— E. W. Hill, Comdr. ; James M 

Mason, Adjt., Beaufort. 
Middlesex — Middlesex. 
Tabor — Ralph Pridgen, Comdr. ; Liston G. 

Graham, Adjt. , Tabor. 
Hertford — A. S. Mitchell, Comdr. ; W. 
Adjt , Winton. 
B. Powers, Comdr 



D. Boone, 
Tar Heel— T. 

Olive. 
William E. 

Comdr. ; Dan 

Buchanan, F. 
Jamhers — P. T. 
Henry Evans, 

Comdr. ; Rowland 

New Bern. 
Joseph T. Price, (Col) — Salisbury. 
Macon — Miss Lassie Kelly, Comdr. 

Frank Ray., Jr., Adjt, Franklin. 
Banner— M. B. Olive, Comdr. ; E. 

Anderson, Adjt, Benson. 
Norman Wilder — Archie D. Odom 

M. S. Gully, Adjt. ; M. D 

F. O.. Nashville. 
North Hampton — Archie C. Gay, 

C. C. Hunter, Adjt, Jackson. 
George Galloway — Furman Floyd, 

H. A. Thomason, Adjt, Fairmont. 
Fry— Dr. A. T. Klutz, Comdr., Maiden. 
George Gray — B. L. Jeffords, Comdr. ; J. 

F. Gray, Adjt, Elkin. 
Beaver-Pittman — T. I. Graham, Comdr. ; 

H. L. Stifford. Adjt. ; R. R. Allison, 

F. O. , Kannapolis. 
Fimuav Springs — John W. Thompson, 

Comdr.; W. W. Seawell, Adjt, Fuquay 

Springs. 
Liberty — Lai;v McLean, Adjt, Maxton. 
Rockingham— F. D. Phillips, Comdr. ; W. 

M. Everett, Adjt, Rockingham. 
James Hudnall — Luther H. Hodges, Comdr.; 

C. A. Maness, Adjt. ; J. W. Dillon, 

F. O. , Spray. 



Mt. 

Dillard— Cardell Russell, 
T. Thompson, Adjt. ; J. R. 
O., Sylva. 

Brown, Comdr., Louisburg. 
(Col.) — Sampson Davis 
H. Herring, Adjt, 



F. 

Comdr. ; 
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120 Charles Hannibal Davis — William S. Pope, 

Comdr.; Theo Rector, Adjt., Marshall. 

121 Francis A. Jones — Mack Lee, Comdr. ; C. 

A. Henry, Adjt., Waynesville. 

122 Earl Horton — C. Raymond Hamrlck, 

Comdr.; J. W. Lyon, F. O., Burnesville. 

123 Jesse B. Jones — .1. W. Hollingsworth, 

Comdr. ; Dr. \V. M. Hollingsworth, 
Adjt, Mt. Airy. 

124 Robeson Union, (Indian) — L. W. Jar,. lis. 

Adjt.; J. R. Lowry, Comdr., Pembroke. 

125 Wilkes County— Rodolph E. Walters, 

Comdr.; William C. Grier, Adjt., North 
Wilkesboro. 

126 Currie Uumpass — Harry R'-aian. Comdr. ; 

L. W. Ranson, Adjt., Enfield. 

127 Chas. R. Gavin — Henry L. Stevens, Jr., 

Comdr.; I. P. Davis, Adjt., Warsaw. 
fc28 Morris L. Slaughter, (Col)— A. P,. Cash. 
Comdr., Winston-Salem; John D. Jones, 
Adjt. , Greensboro. 

129 Waycaster-McFee — Nat H. Walker Comdr.; 

Black Mountain. 

130 Watauga — P. G. Spainhour, Comdr. ; L. 

L. Bingham, Adjt., Boone. 

131 Zebulon— Dr. L. M. Massey, Comdr. ; G. 

B. Brantley, Adjt., Zebulon. 

132 Pou-Parrish— Dr. Thel Hooks. Comdr. ; St. 

Julian Springs, Adjt., Smithfield. 

133 Stines Allen Robeson— Robt. Y. Tilson, 

Comdr.; N. J. Runnion, Adjt., Mars 
Hill. 
131 Sandhills — Max Macker, Comdr. 
hurst; Robt. C. Snow, Adjt. 
Springs. 

135 Bladen — David B. Johnson, 

Elizabeth town. 

136 Perry-Green — Charlie M. Earley, 

W. C. Story, Adjt., Gatesville. 

137 Columbus County— R. M. Lewis, 

F. M. Hester, Adjt.. Whiteville. 

138 Lester Blackwell— P. B. Henley. Comdr. ; 

I. O. Wilkerson, Adjt., and F. O., 
Roxboro. 

139 LeGrange— Dr. M. L. Carr, Comdr. ; J. 

M. Daly, Adjt, LaGrange. 

140 Walter Smith— A. P. Fulk, Comdr. ; John 

L. Redman, Adjt, Pilot Mountain. 

141 Chas. F. Jordan— I. P. Graham, Comdr. ; 

L. P. Zachary, Adjt, Cooleemee. 

142 Alexander— C. H. Gryder, Comdr. ; Ross 

Matherson, Adjt, Taylorsville. 

143 Maysville — W. C. Flowers, Comdr. ; John 

Stanley, Adjt. Maysville. 

144 Auten-Stowe— H. B. Gaston, Comdr. ; L. 

F. Creenshaw. Adjt. ; E. L. Rhyne, 
F. O. , Belmont. 

145 Chas. Dearing — 0. 

Apex. 

146 Old Fort— D. T. 

Fort. 



Pine- 
, Eagle 

Comdr. , 

Comdr. ; 

Comdr. ; 



T. Johnson. Comdr., 
Roughton, Comdr., old 



GRAND LODGE OF MASONS 
Grand Mastei Hubert \l Pi u .,-. 

Forest. 
Deputy Grand Master J. LsG. I. 

Rockingham. 

Senior Grand Warden — Leon Cash, \\ Li 



NORTH CAROLINA SOCIETY OF THE 
SONS OF THE REVOLUTION 

(Organized 1893) 
Vice-President — Bennehan Cameron, Stag- 
ville. _ TT , 

Secretary— Marshall De Lancey Haywood, 

Raleigh. _. 

Treasurer— Professor William E. Stone, 

Raleigh. ,, , . 

Registrar— Edward Carver Seawell, Ralelgn. 

Chaplain— The Rev. Robert Brent Drane, 
D. D., Edenton. 

Board of Managers— Above officers, ex officio, 
and Alexander Boyd Andrews (chairman) 
Raleigh; Thomas Maslin, Wlnston-Salera; 
Walter Wellington Watt, Charlotte; Charles 
Lee Smith. Raleigh; Alfred Moore Scales, 
Oreensboro; Daniel Harvey Hill, l-L p., 
Raleigh; Frank Nash, Raleigh; Jam,, Hill 
Ramsay, Salisbury; and Ernest Battle Bain, 
Raleigh. 



Grand Warden — John I ' 

Treasurer — B. B. Lacy, Raleigh. 
Secretary — W. W. Willson, Bali 
Chaplain— Rev. 0. B. Mitchell, Gold- 
Lecturer — R. F. Edwards, Crumpler. 
i Iran, i Deacon- J. H. Andi • I i 

Gran,! Di aci n K c. Dunn, Enfield. 
Marshal -J. F Rhem, N,-» Bi 
Swonl Bearer— A. J. Harris. Bender- 



Salem. 

Junior 
Kinston. 

i brand 

Grand 

Grand 
ston. 

Grand 

Senior 
etteville. 

Junior 

Gri 

Grand 
son. 

Grand Pursuivant E W Timberlake, Jr.. 
Wake Forest. 

Grand Steward— B. S. Boyster, Jr., 

Grand Steward— J. W. Winborne, Marion. 

Grand Tiler— W. D. Terry, Raleigh. 

Grand Historian— Marshall DeLai y Hay- 
wood, Raleigh. 

Grand Auditor — Horner Peele, Raleigh 

Grand Orator— Thomas .1. Harkins, Asbi 

Assistant Grand Lecturers J. V\ 
Kenly; W. W. Holland. Charles: J. 1. 
Morganton; J. W. Patton, Greensboro; W. O. 
Wicker, Elon Colleee; K. W. Winstead, B 
J. W. Rowell, Wingate; J. F. Marquette. 
Tn oton. 



NORTH CAROLINA SOCIETY OF THE 
CINCINNATI 

(Organized 1783 — Re-organized 1896.) 

President— John C. Daves, Baltimore, Md. 

Vice-President— Walter D. Carstarphen, Ply- 
mouth. 

Secretary— Marshall De Lancey Haywood. 
Raleigh. 

Assistant Secretary— John Bradley Lord, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Treasurer — Bennehan Cameron. Stagvllle. 

Assistant Treasurer— W. Hall Harris, Balti- 
more, Md. 

Chaplain— The Rt-Rev. Jos. Blount Cheshire, 
D. D., Raleigh. 

Delegates to General S,. nehan 

Cameron, Walter D. Carstarphen, i tin Brad- 
ley Lord. W. Hall Harris, and .lane's Alston 

Cabell. 

Alternates— William E Bush, Walter \\ 
Watt, John W. Grant, s. Westraj Battli 

Marshall I>e Lancey Hayvt l 

THE NORTH CAROLINA STATE 0PT0- 
METRIC SOCIETY 

(Affiliated with the American Optometrlc 

Association i 
it, .si, inn R N Walker. Winston Salem. 
Vice President W. B Morton. I. wlsburg 
Secretarj Tn asurer John D Perry. W Inston- 
Salem, 
i, ; , of BducaUon ■' W. Taylor, Greens 

boro. , ,. ,, 

Depi of Publli Itj and Ii ton *tl K, n 

Patterson, Benderson. 
Dept of Organization and Leglslal i 

\. nay. Winston Sal m 



NORTH CAROLINA CHIROPRACTORS 
ASSOCIATION 
President Di to B Oi ' irlotte. 

Vice President Di B M Pan i K 
Secretan and Treasure! Bobl M 
w h ton Salem. 



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SCOTTISH SOCIETY OF AMER 
( Headquarters, Fayetteville) 
President— Rev. C. G. Vardell, D 

Springs. 

First Vice-President — Governor 
Morrison, Raleigh. 

Second Vice-President — J. P. 
Florence, S. C. 

Third Vice-President— J. McN. 
Aberdeen. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Miss Eloise 
Fayetteville. 

Associate Secretary — Mrs. George T. 
Red Springs. 

Executive Council — H. McA. 
Florence, S. C. ; J. W. McLauchlin, 
Rev. D. Mclntyre, Blenheim, S. C. ; 
P. McEachern, Red Springs. 



ICA 

D.. Red 

Cameron 
McNeill. 
Johnson, 
McGill, 
Bullock, 

McNeill, 

Raeford ; 
Mrs. D. 



NORTH CAROLINA BAR ASSOCIATION 

President — L. R. Varser, Lumberton. 

Vice-Presidents — Charles R. Rose, Fayette- 
ville; R. T. Fountain, Rocky Mount; J. E. 
Swain, Asheville. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Henry M. London, Ra- 
leigh. 

Executive Committee — E. S. Parker, Gra- 
ham; John J. Parker, Charlotte; Mark, W. 
Brown, Asheville; A. L. Quickel, Lincolnton; 
J. K. Warren, Trenton; L. R. Varser, Lum- 
berton: Henry M. London, Raleigh. 

WILMINGTOR-CHARLOTTE-ASHEVILLE 
HIGHWAY ASSOCIATION. 

F resident— T. L. Kirkpatrick. Charlotte 
Vice-President— G. Herbert Smith, Acme 
Secretary - Treasurer— YV. C. Wilkinson, Char- 
lotte. 

Cor. Secretary— W. R. Lemmonds, Monroe. 
Executive Committee— H. H. McLendon. 
Wadesboro; J. W. Haynes, Asheville; C. J. 
Coxe, Whiteville; C. Ed. Taylor, Southport; 
L. A. Gettys, Shelly; E. J. Grimesly, White- 
ville; Capt. R. G. Cherry, Gastonia; M. L. 
Shipman, Raleigh; Edgar Love. Lincolnton; 
A. M. McDonald. Charlotte; W. A. McGirt, 
Wilmington; B. F. Reynolds, Rockingham; B. 
W. Townsend. Lumberton; K. S. Tanner, Ruth- 
fordton; D. K. McRae, Laurinburg; F. G. Hen- 
derson, Monroe. 



SPANISH WAR VETERANS. 

Commander — E. R. MacKethan, Fayetteville. 
Adjutant — A. R. Williams, Fayetteville. 



NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL 
SOCIETY. 

President — Mrs. George W. Vanderbilt, Bilt- 
more. 

Vice-President — Joseph Hyde Pratt, Chapel 
Hill. 

Vice-President at Large — W. A. Graham. 
Raleigh. 

Secretary — Joseph E. Pogue, Raleigh. 

Treasurer and Assistant Secretary — C. B. 
Denson, Raleigh. 

Permanent Vice-Presidents — (Ex-Presidents of 
the Society) — Julian S. Carr, Durham; Benne- 
han Cameron. Stagville; J. S. Cunningham, 
Durham ; J. A. Mills. Raleigh ; Leonard Tufts. 
Pinehurst: R. O. Everett, Durham; C. W. 
Home, Clayton. 



NORTH CAROLINA TRAFFIC 
ASSOCIATION. 

President — Charles H. Ireland, Greensboro. 

First Vice-President — D. H. Dixon. Goldsboro. 

Second Vice-President — George S. Edwards, 
Rocky Mount. 

Treasurer — Howard White. Raleigh. 

Secretary-Traffic Manager — M. R. Beaman. 
Raleigh. 



AIR-DRIED NORTH CAROLINA PINE CLUB. 

President- — C. D. Orrell, Moncure. 

Vice-President — E. A. Robertson. Peters- 
burg, Va. 

Vice-President— A. B„ Clark. Charlotte. 

Vice-President — J. W. Maynard. Cheraw, S. C. 

Secretary-Treasurer — P. H. McGill, Raleigh. 

Board of Governors — W. H. McElwee, Raleigh; 
Howard White, Raleigh; J. H. Kennedy, Cum- 
nock; E. E. Snuggs, Albemarle; Geo. Shepherd, 
Petersburg, Va. ; C. A. Trantum, Garland ; John 
K. Barrow. Zebulon; Philip R. Roper, Peters- 
burg, Va. ; F. R. Snipes, Sanford; R. M. 
Adams, Hamlet; C. R. Barker, Rock Hill. S. C. 



NORTH CAROLINA LANDOWNERS 
ASSOCIATION. 

President — F. L. Finkensteadt. 

Treasurer — H. C. McQueen, Wilmington. 

Manager — W. A. McGirt. Wilmington. 

Advisory Committee — O. L. Clark. Clarkton ; 
W. F. Aberly, New Bern; A. R. Turnbull, Nor- 
folk, Va. ; John H. Small. Washington ; James 
L. McNair. Laurinburg; Mark Potter, New York. 
J. A. Meadows, New Bern; Hugh MacRae 
Wilmington; Dr. W. S. Rankin. Raleigh; Geo. 
H. Currie. Clarkton; E. C. Watts. Tabor; Jno. 
R. Peterson, Clinton; J. T. Bland. Sr.. Bur- 
gaw; Chas. Whedbee. Hertford; Norwood Sim- 
mons, Washington; Chas. S. Wallace, More- 
head City; W. H. Ellison, Washington; Chas. 
E. Gause, Southport; W. A. Brown, Rocky 
Point; Nathan O'Berry, Goldsboro; M. W. 
Jacohi, Wilmington; Walter L. Cohoon, Eliza- 
beth City; L. Walker. Town Creek. 



WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA WEEKLY 
PRESS ASSOCIATION. 

President — R. E. Price, Rutherfordton. 
Vice-President— F. A. Carr. Spruce Pine. 
Secretary-Treasurer — S. E. Whitt°n, Marion. 
Historian — Miss Beatrice Cobb, Morganton. 
Poet — J. D. Boone, Waynesville. 



NORTH CAROLINA ASSOCIATION OF 
REGISTER OF DEEDS. 

Chairman — R. T. Barnes, Wilson. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Arch J. Wood, Raleigh. 

Executive Committee — Wm. H. Penney, Chm., 
Raleigh; P. E. Rowland, Henderson; G. A. Far- 
rcw, New Bern; J. A. Dowtin, Warrenton; M. 
G Markham, Durham. 



NORTH CAROLINA SOCIETY DAUGHTERS 
OF THE REVOLUTION. 

Regent — Miss Mary Hilliard Hhiton. Raleigh. 

Honorary Regent— Mrs. E. E. Moffltt. Rich- 
mond, Va. 

Honorary Regent — Mrs. Thomas K. Bruner, 
Rsleigh. 

1st. Vice-Regent — Mrs. Thomas W. Bickett, 
Raleigh. 

2nd. Vice-Regent — Mrs. Henry A. London. 
Pittsboro. 

Recording Secretary — Mrs. Laurence E. Cov- 
ington, Raleigh. 

Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. George Ram- 
sey, Raleigh. 

Historian — Miss Georgia Hicks. Faison. 

Treasurer — Mrs. Charles Lee Smith, Raleigh. 

Registrar — Mrs. Charles P. Wales. Edenton. 

Custodian of Relics— Mrs. John E. Ray, Ra- 
leigh. 



NORTH CAROLINA PRESS ASSOCIATION. 

President — J. B. Sherrill, Concord. 

Secretary — Miss Beatrice Cobb, Morganton. 

Treasurer — R. E. Price, Rutherfordton. 

Vice Presidents — R. F. Beasley, Goldsboro ; 
Lee B. Weathers, Shelby; Chas. A. Webb, 
Asheville. 



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NORTH CAROLINA GOOD ROADS 
ASSOCIATION. 

President — W. C. Boren. Pomona. 

Secretary — Miss H. M. Berry, Greensboro. 

Treasurer — M. E. Hogan, Chapel Hill. 

Executive Committee — W. C. Boren, Pomona; 
Miss H. M. Berry, Greensboro; Leonard 
Tufts, Pinehurst; Charles S. Wallace. More- 
head City; H. D. Williams, Kenansville; T. L. 
Gwyn, Springdale: T. L. Kirkpatrick, Charlotte; 
J. H. LoRoy, Elizabeth City; W. D. McMillan, 
Jr.. Wilmington. 

Vice Presidents — Charles S. Wallace, More- 
head City, First Vice-President; Leonard Tufts, 
Finehurst, Second Vice-President. 

District Vice-Presidents — 1st, Charles Whed- 
hee, Hertford; 2nd, H. G. Connor, Jr., Wilson; 
3rd. Lionel Weil. Goldsboro; 4th, James A. 
Wellons, Smithfleld; 5th. Col. Benehan Came- 
ron. Stagville; 6th. Dr. Seavy Highsmith, Fay- 
etteville; 7th, W. X. Everett, Raleigh; 
8th, W. R. Bauguess, Jefferson; 9th, F. W. 
Bicknell, Linville Falls; 10th, J. Q. Gilkey, 
Marion. 



NORTH CAROLINA RETAIL CLOTHIERS' 
ASSOCIATION. 

President — L. B. Markham, Durham. 

First Vice-President — J. A. Moretz, Hickory. 

Second Vice-President— C. H. McKnight, 
Greensboro. 

Secretary— Frank E. Griffith, Winston-Salem. 

Treasurer — N. V. Stockton, Winston-Salem. 

Board of Directors — L. B. Markham. Dur- 
ham; J. A. Moretz, Hickory; C. H. McKnight. 
Greensboro; Frank E. Griffith, Winston-Salem; 
N. V. Stockton, Winston-Salem; Lonnie Ham- 
mond, Laurinburg; Ira W. Hine, Winston- 
Salem; G. L. Crowell, Statesville; I. S. Kahn, 
Fayetteville. 



NORTH CAROLINA ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE. 

Superintendent — Rev. R. L. Davis, Raleigh. 

Office Secretary — Miss Emily Guilford, 
Raleigh. 

Field Secretaries — Rev. M. E. Cotton, Red 
Springs; Rev. E. S. Gilley. Spray. 

President State Convention — Dr. W. L. Poteat. 
Wake Forest. 

Secretary State Convention — Mrs. N. Buck- 
ner, Asheville. 

Headquarters Committee — Hon. Josephus Dan- 
iels, Raleigh; Rev. A. D. Wilcox, Durham; Dr. 
Clarence Poe, Raleigh; M. L. Shipman, Ra- 
leigh; Dr. W. L. Poteat, Wake Forest; F. B. 
McKinne., Louisburg; W. T. Shaw, Weldon. 

Board of Trustees— W. T. Shaw, Chm., Wel- 
don. 

Vice-Presidents— C. G. Morris. Washington; 
Garland Midyett, Jackson; A. D. Ward, Xew 
Bern; T. T. Hicks, Henderson; C. H. Ireland. 
Greensboro; W. A. McGirt, Wilmington; R. B. 
Redwine. Monroe; J. A. Hartness, Statesville; 
Clyde Hoey, Shelby; Rev. D. Atkins, I). D., 
Asheville. 

Members Board of Directors Anti-Saloon 
League of America— W. T. Shaw, Weldon; R. 
I,. Davis. Raleigh; Mrs. T. W. Bickett, Raleigh; 
M. L. Shipman, Raleigh. 

NORTH CAROLINA STATE FIREMEN'S 
ASSOCIATION 

President— James H. Wood, Asheville. 
First Vice-President — J. L. Foister, ( napel 
Hill. 

Second Vice-President— Charles D. Farmer. 

Raleigh. 

Third Vice-President— E. E. Bain, Greens- 
boro. 

Secretary — John L. Miller. Concord. 
Treasurer— Charles Schnibben, Wilmington. 
Statistician— R. E. Currier, Black Mountain. 



NORTH CAROLINA ASSOCIATION OF 
DAILIES. 
President — E. B. Jeffress, Greensboro. 

Vice-President — A. W. Burch, Charlotte. 
Secretary-Treasurer — J. L. Home, Jr.. Rocky 

Mount. 



NORTH CAROLINA DIVISION UNITED 
DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY. 

President — Mrs. Thomas W. Wilson, Gas- 
tonia. 

First Vice-President — Mrs. J. K. Norfleet, 
Winston-Salem. 

Second Vice-President — Mrs. P. A. Gorrell. 
Winston-Salem. 

Third Vice-President— Mrs. Jack Holllster, 
New Bern. 

Secretary — Miss Mary Henderson, Salisbury. 

Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. D. M. Jones, 
Gastonia. 

Registrar— Mrs. D. G. Bell, Morehead City. 

Treasurer— Mrs. L. F. Long. Newton. 

Recorder of Crosses— Mrs. H. M. London, 
Raleigh. 

Chaplain — Mrs. E. F. Reid, Lenoir. 

Historian — Mrs. J. L. Bridgers, Tarboro. 

Director of Children's Chapters— Mrs. Charles 
S. Wallace, Morehead City. 



THE NORTH CAROLINA ORPHAN 
ASSOCIATION 

President— J. J. Phoenix, Greensbor. 

First Vice-President— Dr. L. B. McBrayer, 
Sanatorium. 

Second Vice-President— H. A. Garrett High 
Point. _ , ; , 

Secretary-Treasurer— M. L. Shipman, B&leign. 

Executive Committee — Archibald Johl 
Chairman, Thomasville; Rev. A. S. Barnes, 
Raleigh; H. A. Garrett, High Point; 
C G Pope, Middlesex; Dr. ('. B. McNatry, 
Kinston; Rev. W. It. Wheeler, Charlotte; Ber. 
C. A. Wood. Winston- Salem; Prof. Chas O. 
l'.aird, Goldsboro. 

Publicity, Committee— M. L. Shipman, l hair- 
man; Stacey W. Wade. J. D. Berry, W. P. 
Evans, Livingston Johnson, Miss Annie 'Iruvis. 
Miss Daisy Denson. 



GRAND COMMANDER OF KNIGHT 
TEMPLARS OF N. C. 
Grand Commander— J. J. Phoenix. '• 
boro. . .. , 

Deputy Grand Commander— W. C. Mudgett, 

Smith. •ni Til" - _ . 

Grand Generalissimo— B. S, Gorham, BocKy 
Mount , T 

Grand Captain General— J. n. Taylor, .ir.. 

Gastonia. 
Grand Senior Warden— F. it. Crowson, 

Goldsboro. 

Grand Junior Warden J. W. Cuthbei 
i :hai lotte. 

Grand Treasurer— B. B Neave, Salisbury. 

Grand Becordei J. B. Griggs, I 

Grand Standard Bearer B, B Johnson, 

Winston Salem. , , 

Grand Sword Bearei H H. Boyi r, \ 

vllle. 
Grand Warden W V. Warren. 

NORTH CAROLINA ELKS ASSOCIATION 
Presldenl Vrthur Lyon, High Polnl 
Pi r9 l vice Pn Idi i I \ B, Palmer, I 
cord. 

nd vice Presldi tit— C i Utl 

B. Kehoe, Mm 



Ington. 

9, ,-i.i.u j Treasurer— T 
Bern. 



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GRAND LODGE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 

Grand Councilor — R. G. Cherry, Gastonia. 
Grand Vice-Councilor — L. L. Caudle, Char- 
lotte. 

Grand Prelate — Rev. I. W. Hughes, Hen- 
derson. 

Grand Keeper of Records and Seal — W. M. 
Lyles, Charlotte. 

Grand Master of Exchequer — G. W. Mount- 
castle. Lexington. 

Grand Master at Arras — Hugh A. Page, 
Clayton. 

Grand Inner Guard — J. C. Harrill, Forest 
City. 

Grand Outer Guard — J. M. Joyner, States- 
ville. 

Trustees of the Pythian Home at Clayton — 
J. D. Pridgen, Chairman, Durham; W. T. 
ETollowell, Goldsboro: C. W. Home, Clayton; 
Charles Dewey, Goldsboro; A. F. Hartsell, 
Concord; R. S. McCoin, Henderson. 



GRAND CHAPTER ROYAL ARCH MASONS 

Grand High Priest — William Richie Smith, 
Raleigh. 

Deputy Grand High Priest — R C. Dunn, 
Enfield. 

Grand King — E. R. Hampton, Asheville. 

Grand Scribe — James W. Payne, Salisbury. 

Grand Treasurer — E. B. Neave, Salisbury. 

Grand Secretary — John B. Griggs, Elizabeth 
City. 

Grand Captain of the Host — John S. Mc- 
Eachern, Wilmington. 

Grand Principal Sojourner — Chas. A. Jen- 
kins, Winston-Salem. 

firand Royal Arch Captain— W. C. Wicker, 
Elon College. 

Grand Master of Third Veil— W. J. Roach, 
Gastonia. 

Grand Master of Second Veil — G. A. Farrow. 
New Bern. 

Grand Master of First Veil — Claude S. 
Chamberlin. 



GRAND COUNCIL ROYAL AND SELECT 
MASTERS 

Grand Master — James W. Payne, Salisbury. 

Deputy Grand Master — Amos D. Connor, 
Greensboro. 

Grand Principal Conductor of Work — M. C. 
Thompson, Charlotte. 

Grand Treasurer — Edward B. Neave, Salis- 
bury. 

Grand Recorder — John B. Griggs, Elizabetii 
City. 

Grand Captain of Guard — Merl J. Carson, 
Wilmington. 

Grand Conductor of Council — William R. 
Smith, Raleigh. 

Grand Steward — H. G. Ethridge, Asheville. 

REBEKAH STATE ASSEMBLY 1. 0. 0. F. 

President — Mrs. Stephen B. Dolley, Gas- 
tonia. 

Vice-President — Mrs. Lillian Byrd Thomas, 
Goldsboro. 

Warden — Mrs. E. D. Atkins, Gastonia. 

Secretary — Miss Pattie E. Beck, Winston- 
Salem. 

Treasurer — Mrs. Hattie R. Whitaker, Hen- 
dersonville. 

Chaplain — Mrs. Georgia Ballard, Asheville. 

Marshal — Mrs. Dolly Hampton, Poplar 
Branch. 

Conductor — Mrs. J. T. Burke, Wilmington. 

Inner Guard — Mrs. O. L. Foltz, Winston- 
Salem. 

Outer Guard — Mrs. C. Lyman, Burlington. 



GRAND LODGE I. 0. 0. F. OF NORTH 
CAROLINA 

Grand Master — Rev. W. R. Coppedge, Rock- 
ingham. 

Deputy Grand Master — S. B. Currin, Green- 
ville-. 

Grand Warden — S. L. Whitmore — Greens- 
boro. 

Grand Secretary — John D. Berry, Raleigh. 

Grand Treasurer — M. L. Shipman, Raleigh. 

Assistant Grand Secretary — S. M. Crouch, 
Raleigh. 

Grand Marshal — B. J. Summerow, Char- 
lotte. 

Grand Guardian — Joe K. Willis, New Bern. 

Grand Conductor — R. T. Teague, Bakers- 
ville. 

Grand Herald — N. H. Mclnnis, Rockingham. 

Grand Chaplain — Rev. W. P. . Constable, 
Spring Hope. 

Grand Representatives — D. H. Tillitt, 
Andrews; L. W. Moore. Wilmington. 

Next Annual Meeting — Goldsboro, May 15-17. 
1923. 



GRAND ENCAMPMENT 1. 0. 0. F. 

Grand Patriarch — John C. Wright, Shiloh. 

Grand High Priest — D. Wilborn Davis, 
Goldsboro. 

Grand Senior Warden — H. A. Ballard, Ashe- 
ville. 

Grand Junior Warden — C. P. Burchette, 
Winston -Salem. 

Grand Scribe — L. W. Jeanneret, Asheville. 

Grand Treasurer — John E. Wood, Wilming- 
ton. 

Grand Marshal — R. L. Spaulding, Asheville. 

Grand Inside Sentinel — A. B. Combs, 
Elizabeth City. 

Grand Outside Sentinel — W. T. Spillers, 
Wilson. 

Grand Representatives — John D. Berry, Ral- 
eigh; C. E. Friek, Charlotte. 



STATE COUNCIL OF NORTH CAROLINA 
JR. 0. U. A. M. 

Councilor — P. S. Carlton, Salisbury. 

Vice-Councilor — J. M. Sharp, Reidsville. 

Jr. Past-Councilor — L. D. Mendenhall, 
Greensboro. 

Secretary — Sam F. Vance, Kernersville. 

Assistant Secretary — J. H. Gilley, Winston- 
Salem. 

Treasurer — G. P. Hood, Elizabeth City. 

Conductor — S. L. Pardue, North Wilkes- 
boro. 

Warden — J. P. Crouch. Winston-Salem. 

Inside Sentinel — J. L. "Nelson, Morganton. 

Outside Sentinel — H. D. Bass, Statesville. 

Chaplain— Rev. C. A. G. Thomas, Rocky 
Mount. 



THE NORTH CAROLINA BANKERS 
ASSOCIATION 

President — C. E. Brooks, Hendersonville. 

Vice-Presidents — John D. Biggs, Williams- 
ton; S. A. Hubbard, Asheville; T. A. I'zzell, 
New Bern. 

Treasurer — H. G. Kramer, Elizabeth City. 

Secretary — Alan T. Bowler, Raleigh. 

Counsel — Willis Smith. Raleigh. 

Executive Committee — D. E. Oglesby, Farm- 
ville; F. F. Fagan, Rocky Mount; H. M. Cox, 
Mount Olive; R. C. Gary. Henderson; F. C. 
lioyles, Greensboro; F. H. Stedman, Fayette- 
ville; R. L. Phillips, Rockingham; C. P. 
McNeely, Mooresville ; E. E. Jones, Charlotte ; 
J. H. Kirkpatrick, Canton; A. M. Dumav, 
Washington. 



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THE FARMERS EDUCATIONAL AND 
CO-OPERATIVE UNION 

President — B. W. II. Stone, Greensboro. 

Vice-President — Dr. J. M. Templeton, Cary. 

Secretary-Treasurer— J. M. F. Lyerly, 
Winston-Salem. 

Executive Committee — W. B. Gibson, States- 
ville; Dr. H. Q. Alexander, Matthews; J. L. 
Cherry, Hobgood; Ollin Cruse, Salisbury; Edgar 
Long, Graham. 



STATE FARMERS ALLIANCE 

President — Eddie Culliphcr, Merry Hill. 

Vice-President— J. C. Bain, Wade. 

Secretary-Treasurer and B. A. — T. F. Cherry, 
Kockv Mount. 

Chaplain— J. H. Evans. Cofleld. 

Lecturer— H. M. Cates, Graham. 

Steward— H. H. Thompson, Hillsboro. 

Door Keeper— G. T. Lane, Greensboro. 

Trustee B. A. — H. E. Thompson, Stantons- 
burg. 

Executive Committee — J. A. Davis, Chair- 
man. Pinetops; C. F. Gates, Mebane ; P. C. 
Caldwell, Goldsboro; W. L. Baker, Windsor; 
L. L. Creech, Selma. 



WOMANS' MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF THE 
WESTERN N. C. METHODIST CONFERENCE 

President— Mrs. Lucy P. Kobertson, Greens- 
boro. 

Vice-President— Mrs. W. H. Hagood, Char- 
lotte. 

Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. H. A. Sun- 
ham, Asheville. 

Recording Secretary— Mrs. G. W. Whitsett, 
Greensboro. 

Treasurer — Mrs. P. N. Peacock, Salisbury. 



GRAND COUNCIL ROYAL ARCANUM 

Grand Regent— Benjamin F. Worsley, Rocky 
Mount. 

Grand Vice-Regent — Julius M. Miller, Salis- 
bury. .„ 

Grand Orator— Robt. L Poston, Statesville. 

Grand Secretary — Geo. R. Wooten, Hickory. 

Grand Guide — John Machin, Asheville. 

Grand Warden— Geo. Robbins, Rocky Mount. 

Grand Sentry— M. F. Allen, Wilmington. 

NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE 
EPWORTH LEAGUE 

President — Rev. F. Swindell Love, Wilson. 

Vice-President— Rev. E. C. Few, Nashville. 

Secretary— Miss Fannie Vann, Clinton. 

Superintendent— Junior and Intermediate De- 
partments—Miss Edna Wilkins, Wilmintgon. 

Superintendent Life Service Department— 
Rev. T. G. Vickers, Henderson. 
District Secretaries. 

Durham— Rev. G. M. Daniel, Graham. 

Elizabeth City— Rev. T. M. Grant. Hertford. 

Fayetteville— C. C. Parker, Dunn. 

New Bern — H. L. Collie, New Bern. 

Raleigh— Rev. Philip Schwartz, Raleigh. 

Rockingham— J. C. Lentz, St. Paul. 

Washington— Rev. Wm. N. Vaughan, Wilson. 

Weldon— W. L. Knight, Weldon. 

Wilmington— H. S. McGirt, Wilmington. 



PEANUT GROWERS ASSOCIATION 
President— J. H. Alexander. Jr., Scotland 

NecK 

Financial Manager— G. F. Crocker, Norfolk, 

Va 

Secretary— J. Frank Fooshe. Norfolk, Va. 



THE NORTH CAROLINA FEDERATION Or 
WOMANS CLUBS 

Honorary President Mrs. Robert K. < 
Bruce. 

President Mrs. Sydney I*. Cooper, M 
son. . 

First Vlce-Presi lenl Ml i h mi L 
Waynesville. 

Second Vice-President — Mrs. John L Gilmer, 
Winston- Salem. 

Chairman of Publicity— Mrs. M. <'. S. Noble. 
Winston- Salem. 

Treasurer — Mrs. Clyde Eby, New Hern. 

Auditor— Mrs. W. B. Ramsay, Hickory. 

General Federation Director of North I 
Una — Miss Margaret L. Gibson, Wilmington. 

Recording Secretary — Mrs. F. R. Perdue, 
Raleigh. 

Oarresponding Secretary — Mrs. \V. B 
Parham, Henderson. 

Departments. 

Art — Mrs. Marshall Faison Williams, Chair- 
man, Faison. 

Civics— Mrs. M. M. Marks. Chairman, n. 
Bern. 

Conservation — Miss Julia Thome, Chairman. 
Asheboro. 

Educaiton— Mrs. Henry A. White, Chairman. 
High Point. 

Health— Mrs. Charles E. Piatt, Chairman, 
Charlotte. 

Home Economics — Mrs. Estello Smith, Chair- 
man, Goldsboro. 

Library Extension — Miss Mary DeVane, 
Chairman, Goldsboro. 

Literature— S. E. Leavitt, Chairman, I 
Hill. 

Music — Mrs. Arthur S. Kennickell, Jr.. 
Chairman, Winston -Salem. 

Social Service — Mrs. S. C. Sitterson, Chair- 
man, Kinston. 

Standing Committees. 

Americanization — Miss Clara Cox, Chairman. 
High Point. 

Community Serviei — Mrs. .lames M. Gudger, 
Jr., Chairman, Asheville. 

Disarmament — Mrs. Lionel Weil, Chairman. 
Goldsboro. 

Finance— Mrs. A. II. Powell, Chairman, Ox- 
ford. 

Membership— Mrs. B. H. Griffin, Chairman, 
Raleigh. . 

Industrial and Social Conditions Ml 
Charles E. Quinlan, Chairman, Waym 

Indian Welfare Mrs. E, I* McKee, Chair- 
man, Sylva. 

Work Among Col. .red Women Mrs I. I 
ltei.l. Chairman, Lenoir 

Motion Pictures Mrs. Henrj Perry, Chair- 
man. Henderson. 

Publicity Mis. M. C S. Noble, I 
Hill. „, , 

program Mrs Fred P. Bahnson, < batrman, 
Winston Salem. 

Transportation Mrs. Buena Mlms, Chairman, 

Winston Salem. 

Custodian Mrs. Kate Bun 1 
Raleigh. 

NORTH CAROLINA DENTAL SOCIETY 
President,- in- 8 Robt Uort.m. Raleigh 



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Presicfenl OLbc* it 
Burlington, 
V -Presidents Dr B. P n«u. » 

Seerelan Dr. II I.Oi.l.r-.r. K.iI.-IkI) 

Treas Di E G Click, Elkln. 

Bssayisl It L G. Coble, Greensboro 
Executive Committee Dr. k m Squlrca 
Chairman, Waki I Di W M 

Charlotte; it .i B Bpurgeon, Hill 



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SUDAN TEMPLE 

Potentate — Raymond C. Dunn, Enfield. 

Chief Rabban — Jake T. Lassiter, Rocky 
Mount. 

Assistant Rabhan — Furman X. Bridgers, 
Wilson. 

High Priest— Caleb D. Bradham, New Bern. 

Oriental Guide — R. C. Roberson, Jr., Wil- 
mington. 

Treasurer — W. W. Griffin, New Bern. 

Recorder — Dr. Joseph F. Rhem, New Bern. 

First Ceremonial Master — Fred B. Crowson. 
('■oldsboro. 

Second Ceremonial Master— Harry S. Storr, 
Raleigh. 

Orator — Rev. Frank D. Dean, Wilson. 

Marshal— Dr. John B. Griggs, Elizabeth 
City. 

Captain of the Guard — Hubert M. Poteat, 
Wake Forest. 

Outer Guard — Frank C. Kulger, Washington. 

Director — William T. Hill, New Bern. 

Captain of Patrol— William T. Hill, New- 
Bern. 

Director of Band — Barrett D. Wilson, New 
Bern. 

Drum Major — F. Mercer Gallagher, Wilming- 
ton. 



NORTH CAROLINA COTTON GROWERS 
CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION 

President — W. H. Austin, Smithfield. 

Vice-President — R. W. Christian, Manches- 
ter. 

Secretary-Treasurer — A. E. Bing, Raleigh. 

General Manager — U. B. Blalock, Raleigh. 

Sales Manager for North Carolina — Lawrence 
McRae, Raleigh. 

Manager Cotton Department— B. F. Brown, 
Raleigh. 

Manager Field Service — Homer H. B. Mask, 
Raleigh. 

Office Manager — T. D. Mason, Raleigh. 

Directors — W. H. Joyner, Garysburg ; W. W. 
Eagles, Tarboro; H. V. Staton, Bethel; W. A. 
Shackelford, Snow Hill; W. H. Austin, Smith- 
field; B. O. Townsend, Dunn; R. W. Chris- 
tian, Manchester; G. M. Pate, Raynham; A. 
McEachern, Raeford : L. D. Robinson, Wades- 
boro; B. W. Kilgore, Raleigh. 

Executive Committee — W. H. Austin, Smith 
field; R. W. Christian. Manchester: L D 
Robinson. Wadesboro ; G. M. Pate, Raynham; 
B. W. Kilgore, Raleigh. 



TRI-STATE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION OF 
THE CAROLINAS AND VIRGINIA 

President — Dr. S. S. Gale, Roanoke, Va. 

Vice-Presidents— Dr. W. E. Driver, Norfolk, 
Va. ; Dr. I. P. Battle, Rocky Mount ; Dr. 
R. B. Epting, Greenwood, S. C. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Dr. James K. Hall, 
Richmond, Va. 

Executive Council — Dr. W. L. Peple, Rich- 
mond. Va.'; Dr. J. P. Matheson, Charlotte; 
Dr. Charles A. Mobley, Orancrehurg, S. C. ; Dr. 
J. T. McKinney, Roanoke, Va. ; Dr. C. O'H. 
Laughinghouse, Greenville; Dr. D. L. Smith, 
Spartanburg, S. C. ; Dr. F. C. Rinker, Nor- 
folk, Va. ; Dr. .1. W. Long, Greensboro; Dr. 
George H. Bunch, Columbia, S. C. 



NORTH CAROLINA PHARMACEUTICAL 
ASSOCIATION 

President — J. A. Goode, Asheville. 
Vice-President — P. A. Lee, Dunn. 
Secretary-Treasurer — J. G. Beard, Chapel 
Hill. 



THE NORTH CAROLINA EDUCATION 
ASSOCIATION 

(Formerly the N. C. Teachers Assembly.) 
President — Miss Elizabeth Kelly. Raleigh. 
Vice-President — Supt. Frederick Archer, 

Greensboro. 

Sec. -Treas. — Jule B. Warren, Raleigh. 

Primary Teachers. 

President — Miss Miriam McFadyen, Green- 
ville. 

Vice-President — Miss Clara Winstead, Wil- 
son. 

Secretary-Treasurer— Miss Nan Lacy, Raleigh. 

Grammar Grade Teachers 
President — Miss Nell D. Armfleld, States- 
ville. 

Vice-President — Miss Johnsie Coit, Greens- 
boro. 

Secretary — Miss Pattie Dowell, Raleigh. 

High School Principals and Teachers. 
President — Morris R. Mitchell, Ellerbee. 
Vice-President — T. E. Story, Trinity. 
Secretary — Miss Pearl Brinson, Morehead 
City. 

City Superintendents. 
President— W. M. Marr. High Point. 
Vice-President — Frank Ashley, Washington. 
Secretary — Hoy Taylor, Franklinton. 

County Superintendents. 
President— Dr. E. C. Brooks, Raleigh. 
Secretary — A. S. Brower, Raleigh. 

Higher Education. 

President — Dr. T. C. Amick. Elon College. 

Vice-President — Dr. Howard Rondthaler, 
Winston-Salem. 

Secretary— Dr. Frazier Hood, Davidson 
College. 

Music Teachers. 

President— Paul J. Weaver, Chapel Hill. 

Vice-President — Edwin M. Betts, Elon 
College. 

Secretary — Miss Florence Hunt, Greens- 
boro. 

Farm Life. 

President — J. K. Goggin, Gary. 

Secretary — L. O. Armstrong, Raleigh. 

Home Economics. 
President — Mrs. Warren Booker, Charlotte. 
Vice-President — Miss Louise Moore, Sanford. 
Secretary-Treasurer — Mrs. Ola Stevenson 
Wells, Greensboro. 

Executive Committee. 

Miss Elizabeth Kelly, Chairman, ex. officio. 
Raleigh; Dr. C. E. Brewer, Raleigh; Frederick 
Archer, Greensboro; Robert H. Wright, Green- 
ville ; Jule B. Warren, Raleigh, and Depart- 
mental Presidents. 



THE NORTH CAROLINA MERCHANTS 
ASSOCIATION 

President — S. P. Burton, Asheville. 

Vice-President — J. C. Williams, Wilming- 
ton. 

Executive Secretary — J. Paul Leonard, 
Statesville. 

Treasurer — A. W. Bunch, Statesville. 

Board of Directors — S. P. Burton, Asheville ; 
J. C. Williams, Wilmington ; J. Paul Leonard, 
Statesville ; A. W. Bunch, Statesville ; J. 
Frank Morris, Winston-Salem; J. N. Mc- 
Causland, Charlotte; A. A. Joseph, Golds- 
boro; J. C. Sawyer, Elizabeth City; H. C. 
Joyner, Rocky Mount. 



SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS 



IS 



THE NORTH CAROLINA ASSOCIATION Or 
JEWISH WOMEN 

Honorary President — Mrs. Sol Weil, Golds- 
boro. 

President — Mrs. Sidney J. Stern, Greensboro. 

First Vice-President — Mrs. Kalman Stein, 
Fayetteville. 

Second Vice-President — Mrs. Gustav Lichten- 
fels, Asheville. 

Third Vice-President — Mrs. J. L. Emanuel, 
Raleigh. 

Recording Secretary — Mrs. Adolph Oettinger, 
Goldsboro. 

Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. Julius Cohen, 
Greensboro. 

Treasurer — Mrs. M. Heilbroner, Tarboro. 

State Organizer — Mrs. Hattie Spier Wein- 
berg, Greensboro. 

Directors — Miss Ruth Roth, Henderson ; Mrs. 
Samuel Rapport, Durham; Mrs. Leopald 
Bluethenthal, Wilmington. 



CITIZENS HIGHWAY ASSOCIATION OF 
NORTH CAROLINA 

Chairman — T. L. Kirkpatrick, Charlotte. 

Vice-Chairmen— W. C. Jones, High Point: 
Dr. L. B. Morse, Hendersonville ; B. A. 
Patton, Asheville; C. M. Vanstory, Greensboro; 
Jno. H. Small, Washington; G. Ellis Gardner. 
Burnsville; Julius A. Rousseau, Wilkesboro. 

Secretary — D. S. Hollenga, Fayetteville. 

Treasurer — W. C. Wilkinson, Charlotte. 

Executive Committee — W. A. McGirt, Wil- 
mington; A. B. Houtz, Elizabeth City; Chas. 
H. Jenkins, Aulanda; C. D. Bradham, New 
Bern; T. B. Eldridge, Raleigh; Hugh Chat- 
ham, Winston -Salem; Col. Joseph Hyde Pratt, 
Chapel Hill; F. G. Henderson, Monroe; Hugh 
McRae, Wilmington; R. K. Davenport, Mount 
Holly ; Brownlow Jackson, Hendersonville ; 
Hugh H. Lowe, Asheville; J. Paul Leonard, 
Statesville; Capt. W. F. Moody, Raleigh; 
W. D. McMillan, Jr., Wilmington. 

EASTERN CAROLINA CHAMBER OF 
COMMERCE 

President— Dr. C. J. Ellen. Greenville 

First Vice-President— W. A. McGirt. Wil- 
mington. 

Second Vice-President— J. H. Alexander, Jr., 
Scotland Neck. 

Third Vice-President — H. McKinnon, Clin- 
ton. 

Treasurer — W. E. Stroud, Goldsboro. 

Secretary-Manager— N. G. Bartlett, Golds- 
boro. 

Executive Committee — H. H. Taylor, Kin- 
ston; Geo. C. Royall. Goldsboro; J. H. 
Alexander, Jr., Scotland Neck; W. H. Austin, 
Smithfleld; Dr. C. J. Ellen, Greenville. 



SOUTHERN FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS 
ASSOCIATION 

President — C. F. Tomlinson, High Point. 

Vice-President— Chas. S. Siewers, Winston- 
Salem. ,,, 

Vice-President— Chas. E. Kieger, Statesville. 

Secretary-Treasurer— J. T. Ryan, High 
Point. 

Executive Committee— L. S. Gilliam. States- 
ville- R A. Burnett, Atlanta, Ga : V I' 
Angle, Rocky Mount, Va. ; F o. Huffman, 
Drexel; F S. Lambeth, Thomasville; Jno 
Milne,. Chattanooga, Tenn. ; F. H. Coffey, 
Lenoir. 

National Councilors— A. D. Witten, Martins- 
ville, Va. ; W. A. Thomas. Statesville; C. '• 
Tomlinson, High Point: T. M. Brimley, Jr.. 
Marietta, Ga. 



NORTH CAROLINA FOLK LORE SOCIETY 

President— W. J. Andrews, Raleigh. 

Second Vice President — Mrs. s Wi 
Battle, Asheville. 

Third Vice-President — Mi- M.i.ide Mullah, 
Lenoir. 

First Vice-President — Mrs. \V. N. Reynolds, 
Winston-Salem. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Dr. Frank C 
Brown, .Durham. 



NORTH CAROLINA DIVISION DAUGHTERS 
AMERICAN REVOLUTION 

Regent— Mrs. C. W. Tillett, Charlotte. 

Vice-Regent — Mrs. K. L. Mauney, 
bury. 

Secretary— .Mrs. Rufus L. Gwyn. Lenoir. 

Treasurer — Miss Baunie Mauney, Kings 
Mountain. 

Historian — Miss Anna Blair, Moi 

Registrar — Mrs. John M. Brewer, Raleigh. 



NORTH 



CAROLINA MUNICIPAL 
ASSOCIATION 



President — Gallatin Roberts, Asheville; 

First Vice-President— D. M. (lark. Green- 
ville. 

Second Vice-President — T. B. Eldridge, 
Raleigh. 

Third Vice-President— R. W Rigsby, Dur- 
ham. 

Secretary-Treasurer — W. L. Dowell, Raleigh 

Eexecutive Committee — D. M. Clark. Green- 
ville; W. L. Dowell. Raleigh; T. 1!. Eldridge, 
Raleigh; W. H. Holeomb, Winston-Salem; 
P. C. Painter, Greensboro; K. W. Rigsby, 
Durham; Gallatin Roberts, Asheville; Lionel 
Weil, Goldsboro. 



OLD HICKORY DIVISION 
30TH DIV. A. E. F. 
President — G. Heyward Mahon, Jr., Green 
ville, S. C. 

Secretary-Treasurer — H. B. McManaway, 
Greenville, S. C. 



NORTH CAROLINA LITERARY AND 
HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

President — Miss Adelaide Fries. Wil 
Salem. 

First Vice-President — Bishop Joseph P.luuiit 
Cheshire, Raleigh. 

Second Vice-President— Dr. Benjamin Sledd, 
Wake Forest 

Third Vice-President— Mrs. Joseph E P 
Raleigh. 

Sescertary and Treasurer— B. R B 
Raleigh. 



MEMORIAL CRAFTMEN'S ASSOCIATION 
OF THE CAROLINAS 

President R. II. Warner. Raleigh. 

First Vice President F. A. Fndell. Char- 
lotte. 

s ml Vice President W. Hampton Duke. 

Orangeburg, S. C. 

Secretary B E Scoggln, l 

Sergeant a: Aim- .1 E. Wilson, Darling- 
ton, s. C. 



NORTH CAROLINA COTTON MANUFAC- 
TURERS ASSOCIATION 

iv idenl J. H Webb, Hillaboro 

Vice-Presidents Bernard M 
horo; E C. Dwelle, Charlotte; 8 I 
ter on, Roanoke Rapida 



SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS 



NORTH CAROLINA DIVISION UNITED 
CONFEDERATE VETERANS 

Major General — William A. .Smith, Com- 
mander Headquarters, Ansonville. 

Brigadier General— A. H. Boyden, First 
Brigade, Salisbury. 

Brigadier General — P. G. Alston, Second 
Brigade, Louisburg. 

Brigadier General — George H. Hall, Third 
Brigade, Red Springs. 

Brigadier General — James M. Ray,' Fourth 
Brigade., Asheville. 

North Carolina Division Staff. 

Colonel A. L. Smith, Adjt. General, Chief 
of Staff. Charlotte. 

Lieutenant Colonel — S. S. Nash, Asst. Adjt. 
Gen., Tarboro. 

Lieutenant Colonel — J. J. Laughinghouse, In- 
spector General, Greenville. 

Lieutenant Colonel — H. D. Duckworth, 
Quarter Master General, Charlotte. 

Lieutenant Colonel— J. H. Thorpe, Commis- 
sary General, Rocky Mount. 

Lieutenant General — Walter Clark, Judge 
Advocate General, Raleigh. 

Lieutenant Colonel— R. R. Cotten, Chief of 
Artillery, Bruce. 

Lieutenant Colonel — Alexander McMillan, 
Chief of Ordnance, Dundarrach. 

Lieutenant Cononel — W. P. Craven, M. D. 
Surgeon General, Charlotte, R. F. D. 

Lieutenant Colonel— E. X. Joyner, Chaplain 
General, Dallas. 

Major — John A. Lisk, Ensign, Mt. Gilead. 

Major— T. J. Wood, Aide de Camp, High 
Point. 

Major— C. D. Dovvd, Aide de Camp, High 
Point. 

Major — D. Stewart, Aide de Camp, Laurin- 
burg. 

Major — E. F. Fenton, Aide de Camp, Rock- 
ingham. 



KINGS DAUGHTERS 

President— Mrs. W. H. S. Burgwyn, Raleigh. 

Vice-President — Miss Esdale Shaw, Rock- 
ingham. 

Treasurer — Miss Maggie McEachern, Con- 
cord. 

Central Council Member for North Caro- 
lina — Mrs. Thad Manning, Henderson. 

Executive Committee — Mrs. J. P. Rutledge, 
Kannapolis; Mrs. M. H. Stacy, Chapel Hill; 
Mrs. R. G. Kizer, Salisbruy: Mrs. J. R. 
Patton, Durham; Miss Mary Steele, Rocking- 
ham. 



NORTH CAROLINA SUNDAY SCHOOL 
ASSOCIATION 

President — J. B. Ivey, Charlotte. 

First Vice-President— W. L. Balthis, Gas- 
tonia. 

Second Vice-President — Joseph D. Cox, High 
Point. 

Treasurer — E. B. Crow, Raleigh. 

Executive Committee — J. M. Broughton, 
Chairman, Raleigh; M. A. Briggs, Durham; 
L. W. Clark, Spray; W. B. Cooper, Wilming- 
ton; D. H. Dixon, Goldsboro; T. S. Franklin, 
Charlotte: W. A. Harper, Elon College; C. F. 
Niblock, Concord; Hugh Parks, Franklinville; 
C S. Starbuck, Winston-Salem; A. E. Tate, 
High Point ; C. M. Vanpole, Salisbury ; R. G. 
Vaughan, Greensboro; W. A. Withers, Raleigh; 
Josejihus Daniels, Raleigh; J. R. Hamfby, 
Wilmington; Charles N. Norfleet, Winston- 
Salem; Gilbert T. Stephenson, Raleigh; 
L. F. Ross, Asheboro; Nelson Jackson, Jr., 
Tryon; J. H. McConnell, Asheville. 



NORTH CAROLINA BARACA ASSOCIATION 

President — D. L. Cuthrell, Goldsboro. 

Fust Vice-President — H. D. Townsend. 
Erlanger. 

S cond Vice-President — J. O. Bell, Tuxedo. 

Third Vice-President— M. W. Wester, Hen- 
derson. 

Fourth Vice-President — R. H. Askew, Kin- 
ston. 

Convention Secretary — C. W. Andrew, Mt. 
Airy. 

Treasurer — J. Y. Jordan, Jr.. Asheville. 

Executive Committee — J. J. Currin, Winston- 
Salem ; W. F. Penny, Hendersonville ; B. E. 
Roach, Cliffside; R. H. McCrary, Goldsboro; 
James E. Lambeth, Thomasville; W. R. 
Pegram, Raleigh ; Will Whitaker, Andrews ; 
L. V. I'.yrd. Durham; T. I. Caudell, Cooleemee ; 
R T. Long, Hendersonville; Dr. W. L. Davis, 
Plymouth; Ernest Allen, Kannapolis; E. C. 
Hare, Sanford; R. P. Benson, Concord; H. C. 
Kearns, High Point; O. G. Bain, Reidsville ; 
A. H. King, Burlington; Stanley Averett, 

Oxford. 

MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE STATE OF 
NORTH CAROLINA 

President — Dr. J. W. Long, Greensboro. 

First Vice-President — Dr. F. M. Ilanes, 
Winston-Salem. 

Second Vice-President — Dr. T. C Johnson, 
Lumberton. 

Third Vice-President — Dr. B. L. Long, 
Hamilton. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Dr. L. B. McPrayer, 
Sanatorium. 
Councillors, 1922-1925 — 

First District— Dr. H. D. Walker, Elizabeth 
City. 

Second District — Dr. J. C. Rodman, Wash- 
ington. 

Third District— Dr. E. S. Bullock, Wil- 
mington. 

Fourth District — Dr. K. C. Moore, Wilson. 

Fifth District — Dr. A. McN. Blair, Southern 
Pines. 

Sixth District — Dr. J. M. Templeton. Cary. 

Seventh District — Dr. B. J. Witherspoon, 
Charlotte. 

Eighth District — Dr. W. F. Cole, Greensboro. 

Ninth District— Dr. C. M. Van Poole, Salis- 
bury. 

Tenth District — Dr. E. B. Glenn, Asheville. 

Chairmen of Sections, 1923 — 

Publice Health and Education — Dr. W. M. 
Jones, Greensboro. 

Surgery — Dr. J. W. Gibbon, Charlotte. 

Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat — Dr. J. B. 
Greene, Asheville. 

Gynecology and Obstetrics — Dr. Ivan M. 
Proctor, Raleigh. 

Pediatrics — Dr. John R. Ashe. Charlotte. 

Practice of Medicine — Dr. J. V. McGougan, 
Fayetteville. 

Chemistry, Materia Medica, and Therapeutics 
— Dr. Ben H. Hackney, Lucama. 

Chairman Committee on Obituaries — Dr. 
Chas. O'H. Laughinghouse, Greenville. 

Chairman Committee on Arrangements — Dr. 
E. B. Glenn, Asheville. 



MASTER PRINTERS ASSOCIATION 

President — Joseph W. Little, Wilmington. 

Vice-President — J. W. Brady, Statesville. 

Secretary-Treasurer — J. E. Norfleet, Winston- 
Salem. 

Executive Committee — E. F. Barber, Win- 
ston-Salem; W. H. Fisher, Greensboro; R. J. 
Wilson. Raleigh; A. M. Gray, Charlotte; John 
D. Gold, Wilson; B. L. Cole. Sanford. 



mm I KT IKS A\l) ORGANIZATIONS 






ORGANIZED 1871 



Life Insurance Company [ 
of Virginia 



HOME OFFICE 



RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. 



OLDEST— LARGEST— STRONGEST 
SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 

Its Policies ar«* nil o- the \OX-PARTICIPATIXG Plan, sire clear 

anil definite in their provisions, and their 

values are absolutely guaranteed. 

ALL, CLAIMS PAID IMMEDIATELY UPON RECEIPT OF 
SATISFACTORY PROOFS OF DEATH. 

Total payments to Policyholders since organization 

OVER $30,000,000 

JOHN G. WALKER, President. 



NORTH CAROLINA LEAGUE OF WOMEN 
VOTERS 

Chairman — Miss I^ouieei Alexander, Greensboro. 

First Vice-Chairman — Mrs. H. F. Seawell, 
Carthage. 

Second Vice-Chairman — Mrs. Josephus 

Daniels. Raleigh. 

Third Vice-Chairman — Miss Gertrude Weil, 
Goldsboro. 

Recording Secretary — Miss Lassie Kelly, 
Franklin. 

Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. J. W. Cone, 
Greensboro. 

Treasurer — Mrs. B. J. Guthrie, Charlotte. 



NORTH CAROLINA STATE BEEKEEPERS' 
ASSOCIATION 

President — Elton Warner, Asheville. 

Vice-President — P. W. Monroe, Chadbourn 

Secretary-Treasurer — J. E. Eckert, Raleudi. 

Executive Committee — Elton Warner, Ashe- 
ville; D. W. Monroe, Chadbourn; J. E. Eckert, 
Raleigh; F. L. Johnson, Mount Airy; W. II. 
Pridgen, Creek. 



NORTH CAROLINA STATE FEDERATION 
OF LABOR 

President — J. M. Ellis, Spencer, 

Secretary-Treasurer — C. G. Worley, 
ville. 

Sergeant-at-Arms — C. O. 

Chaplain— J. O. Belton, 

Executive Committee — .1. 
H. C. Caldwell, Asheville 
mington; H. F. Allred, 
Jones, Huntersville; C. 
ville. 



\ 



Wilson, Spencer, 

Ml. Airy. 
M. Kllis, Spencer; 

Hugh Pace, vv.i 

oro . C. V. 

<;. Worley, Ashe- 



NORTH CAROLINA FORESTRY 
ASSOCIATION 

President — Gallatin Roberts, Asheville. 

Secretarv-Treasurer — J. S. Holmes, Chape] 

Hill. ■ 

NORTH CAROLINA SOCIETY OF 
ENGINEERS 

President — W. S. Fallis. Raleigh. 

Vice-President — Harry Tucker, West Raleigh, 

Secretary-Treasurer — IT. K. Weathers] n, 

Raleigh. 

Directors — Eastern District, W. L. Craven. 
Raleigh: Central District, J. D. Waldrop, 
Greensboro; Western District, J. It. Vander- 
hoof, Asheville. 



NORTH CAROLINA JUNIOR BARACA- 
PHILATHEA UNION 

President — Miss Rebecca Petway, Goldsboro, 

First Vice-Presidenl -Miss Maudi Jackson, 
Cliffside. 

Second Vice President - Mi-, Dora So 
Hendersonvllle. 

Secretary— Ralph Pickard, Lexington. 

Treasurer Miss EUzabi tli Bennett, On 
boro. 

Executive Commlttei Ml i ' u tea Harris, 
Cliffside; Miss Qatelle Nelson, B 
ville; Miss Grace Cockman, Pleasant Garden; 
Erastus I man, Cllfl 

Chairman Finance Coi Ittee A. B. Saleeby, 

Salisbury. 

District Leaders. 

Western District Mi w r Glenn, \ 
ville ; J. .1- Cun in. w in itoi 

Centra] District Ml Mai lorle 1 1 nil. I- I 
Ington; O. <; Bain, Reldsvllle, 

Ea tern Dlsti let Ml \\ D 

Goldsboro; it h Askew, Elnston 

General Seen tarj Mi \ Buckner, I 

Ville. 



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STATE FARMERS CONVENTION 
President — J. Y. Joyner, LaGrange. 
Secretary — W. W. Shay, State College 
Station, Raleigh. 



NORTH CAROLINA HOSPITAL 
ASSOCIATION 

President — John A. Williams, Greensboro. 

First Vice-President — J. M. Pairott, Kin 
ston. 

Second Vice-President — B. S 
Airy. 

Third Vice-President — C. 
Winston-Salem. 

Secretary -Treasurer — John W. 
boro. 

Executive Committee — J. T. 
Point: J. Q. Myers, Charlotte 
Brayer, Sanatorium. 



Martin, Mount 
S. Lawrence, 
Long, Greens- 



Burns, 
; L. B. 



High 
Mc- 



OFFICERS OF NORTH CAROLINA 
PHILATHEA UNION 

President — Miss Mary McElwee, Henderson. 

First. Vice-President — Mrs. Lufher Herring, 
Greenville. 

Second Vice-President — Mrs. J. F. Mitchener, 
Franklinton. 

Third Vice-President — Mrs. Kenneth J. 
Pfohl, Winston -Salem. 



-Mrs. 



S. Forest, 



Fourth Vice-President- 

Hendersonville. 

Convention Secretary — Miss Marjorie Hall, 
Lexington. 

Treasurer — Mrs. W. D. I'pshaw, Ashevllle. 

Executive Committee — Miss Bertha Cates, 
Burlington; Mrs. C. C. Howard, Fayetteville; 
Mrs. W. R. Porter, Salisbury; Mrs. John 
Harndon, Kinston ; Mrs. J. W. Boyle, 
Thomasville; Mrs. E. A. Huggins, Rich Square; 
Mrs. Walter C. Denmark, Goldsboro ; Miss 
Victoria Byerly, Cooleemee; Miss Una Ed- 
wards, Cliffside; ili-s Kate Renn, Greens- 
boro; Mrs. H. M. Finch, Rocky Mount; Mrs. 
M. B. Lewis, Wilson; Mrs. P. O. Mathews, 
Wilmington; Miss Theo. B. Twitty, Ruther- 
fordton; Mrs. D. G. O'Neal, Durham; Miss 
Florence Justus, Hendersonville; Miss Mina 
Holoman, Ahiwkie; Miss Lottie Dixon, Hen- 
dersonville; Miss Isabelle YYhitaker, Asheville ; 
Mrs. V. L. Pendleton, Warrenton, Honorary 
Member. 



ASSOCIATION SUPERIOR COURT CLERKS. 

President — John H. Cathey, Asheville. 
Vice-President — W. X. Harris, Wilmington. 
Secretary and Treasurer — A. A. McDonald, 
Lillington. 



North Carolina Railroads 



ABERDEEN AND ROCKFISH RAILROAD. 

W. A. Blue, President and General Manager, 
Aberdeen. 
A. L. Thompson, Traffic Manager, Fayetteville 



CAROLINA AND NORTHEASTERN RAIL 

ROAD. ALBEMARLE STEAM 

NAVIGATION COMPANY. 

H. Stuart Lewis, Vice-Pres. and Gen. Mgr. 
Franklin, Va. 

G. G. McCann, Auditor and Treasurer, 
Franklin, Va. 

J. F. Pennewell. Supt. , Gumberry. 



APPALACHIAN RAILWAY. 

A. J. Stevens. President, Philadelphia, Pa. 

B. MacKinnon, Sec'y. and Treas., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

J. A. Sisk, Supt., Ela. 



ATLANTIC AND CAROLINA RAILROAD. 

A. R. Turnbull. President, Norfolk, Va. 
T. A. Hefty, Vice-Pres., Bowden. 
Wm. J. Jones, Sec'y and Treas., Norfolk, Va. 
James E. Jerritt, Jr., Gen. Mgr., Kenansville. 
(Extended to Chinquapin.) 



ATLANTIC AND WESTERN RAILROAD. 

H. P. Edwards, Gen. Mgr., Sanford. 



A. H. Shepard, Freight Claim Agent. Wil- 
mington. 

F. H. Fechtig, Purchasing Agent, Wilming- 
ton. 

W. H. Newell. Gen. Supt., Rocky Mount. 

W. J. Craig, Passenger Traffic Manager, Wil- 
mington. 

T. C. White, General Passenger Agent, 
Wilmington. 

James Menzies. Freight Traffic Manager, Wil- 
mington. 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD 
COMPANY. 

H. Walters, Chairman of tha Board, 71 Broad- 
way, New York. 

J. R. Kenly, President. Wilmington. 

Lyman Delano, Executive Vice-President. 
Wilmington. 

Geo. B. Elliott, Vice-Pres. and Gen. Coun- 
sel Wilmington. 

H L. Borden, Vice-Pres. and Sec'y, New 
York. 

Jno. T. Reid. Treasurer. Wilmington. 

P. R. Albright. Gen. Mer.. Wilmington. 

A. C. Kenly. Supt. of Freight. Wilmington. 

R D. Hawkins, Gen. Supt. Motive Power, 
W ilmington. 



BLACK MOUNTAIN RAILWAY. 

J. M. Purkholder, Supt.. Pensacola. 



BONLEE AND WESTERN RAILROAD. 

Arthur Ross, President and Gen. Mgr. 
Asheboro. 



CAROLINA RAILROAD. 

G. R. Loyall. President. Norfolk. Va 
J. C. Nelmes, Jr., Auditor. Norfolk. Va. 
M. Manlv. Treasurer. Norfolk. Va. 
J. F. Daiton. G. F & P. A., Norfolk, Va. 
J. C. Poe, Supt., Kinston. 



CAROLINA AND NORTH-WESTERN RAIL- 
WAY. 

Fairfax Harrison. President. Washington, D.C. 

L T. Nichols. Supt., Chester, S. C. 

E. F. Reid, W. F. and P. A., Gastonia. 



CAROLINA AND YADKIN RIVER RAILWAY. 
L. H. Hole, Jr., Receiver, High Point. 



CHARLESTON AND WESTERN CAROLINA 
RAILWAY COMPANY. 

F. R Grier. President, Greenwood, S. C 

A. W. Anderson, Vice-Pres. and Gen. Mgr.. 
Augusta, Ga. 

R. D. Cronly. Secretary, Wilmington. 

John T. Reid. Treasurer, Wilmington. 

D. H. Crenshaw, Freight Claim Agent, Au- 
gusta. Ga. 

Ernen Williams, Gen. Fht. and Pas. Agt, 
Augusta, Ga. 



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Where Go to College? 

There Are Three Major Considerations 

That Determine the Greatness, or the Potential Greatness of an 
Educational Institution: 

1. The Plant, including' grounds, library, classrooms, labora- 

tories, and apparatus. 

2. The Faculty. 

3. The Student Body and its democratic standards. 

In addition to the twenty-seven build- The Faculty numbers 115 of the country's 

iivgs already on the campus, the State of Dest scholars. 
North Carolina is this year putting 

$1,490,000 into new buildings and equip- Speaking of the student body ol the 

raent. The library of 108,000 volumes University, Mr. Sherwood Eddy, of J 

is spending $24,000 annually for books and University, who has spent the major porl 

periodicals. Eight thousand volumes were of his life studying in rour continents, 

received in 1921-22. and one thousand and said, that with one exception, it was the 

five magazines and learned journals were most seriously thoughtful and democratic 

received on subscription. group of students he had ever known. 

Registration for fall quarter, September 2G-27, 1923 
For further information address 

The Secretary 

The University of North Carolina 

CHAPEL, HILL, N. C. 



DOVER AND SOUTH BOUND RAILROAD. 

W. A. Wimsatt. President, Washington, D. C. 

D. \V. Richardson, Vice-Pres. and Gen. Mgr., 
Dover. 

\V. B. H. Blandford, Sec'y. and Treas., 
Dover. 

N. S. Richardson, Traffic Mgr., Dover. 



DURHAM AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 

B. N. Duke, President, New York. 
W. C Parker, Sec'y and Treas.. New York. 
S. H. Reams, Vice-Pres. and Gen. Mgr.. Dur- 
ham. 

W. H. Smith, Auditor, Durham. 

D. Lumpkin, Traffic Manager, Durham. 



EAST CAROLINA RAILWAY. 

Henry Clark Bridgers, Pres. and Gen. Mgr. 
Tarboro. 



ELKIN AND ALLEGHANY RAILROAD. 
J. P. Ipock, Traffic Manager, Klkiu. 



HIGH POINT. RANDLEMAN. ASHEBORO 
AND SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 

Fairfax Harrison, President. Washington, D.C. 
\V. C. Quillian, Acct., Salisbury. 
R L. Butt. Gen. Fht., Agt.. Atlanta, Ga. 
John S. King. Freight Claim Agent, Atlanta. 
Ga 

J. \V. Fletcher, Supt., Salisbury. 



LAWNDALE RAILWAY AND INDUSTRIAL 

COMPANY. 

J. F. Schenck. Pres. and Treas., Lawndale. 

NEW HOLLAND, HIGGINSPORT AND 
MT. VERNON. 

Dwight Harrison, President, Columbus, Ohio. 
w. V, Therkildson, Gen. Manager, New Hol- 
land. 
\V. .T. Tally, Traffic Manager, New lb. Hand. 
K. L. Ponzer, Chief Engineer, New lb. Hand. 



LAURINBURG AND SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 
G. Y. Jones. Supt. and Traffic Mgr., Laurln- 
burg. 



KINSTON CAROLINA RAILROAD. 

c. R. Loyall. President, Norfolk, Va. 
J. C. Nvinis, Jr., Auditor, Noi foil . \ i 
.1. F. Dalton, Gen. Fht. and Pas. Agt., 
folk, Va. 

J. C. I'oe, Supt., Kinston. 



Nor- 



MAXTON. ALMA AND SOUTHBOUND 
RAILROAD. 

General Offices — Alma. 

M. Peterson, Tr as. and Gen. Pas, Agt. 

o. J. Cottlngham, Seo'y and Qen. Mgr. 

NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 

Marsden J. Pen i ■ ■ of Di- 

rectors. New York. 

George it. Loyall, P Norfolk, Va. 

i; D. Kyle. VIi Prea In Charge 
\ 

J, f. Q 'ge, Ti. :. i . v i rolk, Va 

.i i' Dalton, Gen Fht. and Pas, a^i. 
folk, \ a 

J. C. Nelms, Jr G \ 

w B. Rod 

i i>i icontlnued i P it to 

Carthage.) 

PIEDMONT AND NORTHERN RAILWAY 
COMPANY. 

w s U e, President, I I i 

j. B Duke, ' N '« Sfork. 



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.NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAHS 



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TOL.D IN STORY — Or. H. J. Eokenrode — A Novel and fascinating 
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N. A. Cocke, Vice-Pres. and Treas., 
loite. 

E. Thomason, Vice-Pres. and Gen. 
Cn-iotte 

E. B. Harding, Auditor, Charlotte. 

J. C. McCowan, Secretary, Charlotte. 

J. S. Cureton, Gen. Fht. and Pas. 
Greenville. S. C. 

W. L. Hogan. Trans. Supt. , Charlotte. 



Char- 
Mgr., 

Agt, 



TUCKASEEGEE & SOUTHERN RY. 

Joseph Keys, President. Washington. D. C. 
N. M. Davidson, Sec. -Treas. , East La Port. 
H. W. Price. Auditor and Traffic Mgr. 
East La Port. 
J. E. Walker, Gen. Mgr., East La Port. 



TOWNSVILLE RAILROAD. 

(Formerly Roanoke River Railway.) 
S. R. Adams, Gen. Mgr., Townesville. 



RANDOLPH AND CUMBERLAND RAILWAY. 
J. S. Crews, Receiver. Carthage. 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY 

S. Davies Warfield. Chairman of the Board 
and President. Baltimore. Md. 

Chas. R. Capps, First Vice-Pres., Norfolk. Va. 

Rohert L. Nutt, Vice-Pres., Sec'y and Treas. 
New York. 

H. W. MacKenzie, Gen. Auditor, Portsmouth, 
Va. 

T. W. Matthews, Assistant Treas., Ports- 
mouth, Va. 

M. H. Cahill. Gen. Mgr., Norfolk, Va. 

C. B. Ryan, Pas. Traffic Mgr., Norfolk, Va. 

B. C. Prince, Freight Traffic Manager, 
Norfolk. Va. 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM. 

Fairfax Harrison. President, .Washington. D.C. 

L. E. Jeffries, Vice-Pres. and Gen. Counsel, 
Washington. D. C. 

H. W. Miller, In Charge of Operation, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Lincoln Green, Id Charge of Traffic, Washing- 
ton. D. C. 

E. H. Shaw, Freight Traffic Mgr., Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

\V. H Tay»ue, Passenger Traffic Mgr., Wash- 
ington. D. C. 

H. F. Cary, Gen. Pas. Agt, Washington, DC. 

Z. P. Smith, Gen. Industrial Agt, Washing- 
ton. D. C. 

Roland Turner, Gen. Agricultural Agt., At- 
lanta. Ga. 

Geo. E. Murrell, Horticulturist, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 



VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA SOUTHERN 
RAILROAD. 

J. Q. Beckwith, Asst., to Gen. Mgr., in 
Charge Operation and Accounts, Lumberton. 

W. W. Davis, Gen. Fht. and Pas. Agt., 
Lumberton. 

(General offices Lumberton.) 



WARRENTON RAILROAD. 

B. P. Terrell, Supt. and Agt., Warrenton. 



WATAUGA AND YADKIN RIVER 
RAILROAD. 

H. C. Landon, Gen. Mgr., North Wilkesboro. 



WHITEVILLE LUMBER COMPANY 
RAILROAD. 

Nathan O'Berry, President, Goldsboro. 



WILMINGTON, BRUNSWICK AND 
SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 

M. J. Corbett. President, Southport. 
W. Taylor, Secretary, Southport. 
H. C. McQueen. Treasurer. Southport. 
M. W. Divine, General Manager, Southport. 
F. J. Sullivan, Auditor, Wilmington. 
James E. Carr, Freight Claim Agent, Wil- 
mington. 



WINSTON-SALEM SOUTHBOUND RAILWAY 

H. E. Fries, Pres. and Gen. Mgr., Winston - 
Salem. 
J. R. Kenley. Vice-Pres.. Wilmington. 
Jas. F. Post. Secretary, Wilmington. 
Jno. T. Reid. Treasurer, Wilmington. 
H. C. Prince, Auditor, Wilmington. 
G. F. Turley, Supt., Winston-Salem. 



YADKIN RAILROAD. 

Fairfax Harrison, President, Washington, D.C. 
G. E. Mauldin, Sec'y., Washington, D. C. 
E. F. Parham. Treasurer, Washington, D.C. 
W. C. Quillian, Auditor, Salisbury. 
J. W. Fletcher, Supt., Salisbury. 



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The 12th day of October of each year is 
set apart as "North Carolina Day" in the 
public schools of the State by an act of the 
Legislature of 1901. The day is "devoted to 
the consideration of some topic or topics ol 
our State history, to be selected by the State 
Superintendent of Public Instruction." 






POLITICAL O RUAXIZATIOXS 



133 



Political Organizations 



STATE DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE 
COMMITTEE. 

Officers. 

Chairman — J. D. Norwood, Salisbury. 
Vice-Chairman — Miss Mary Henderson, Salis- 
bury. 

Secretary — W. T. Joyner, Raleigh. 



National Committeeman. 
A. W. McLean, of Lumberton. 



DEMOCRATIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE. 

(Ladies.) 
Mrs. W. C. Rodman, Washington. 
Mrs. S. G. Daniels, Littleton. 
Mrs. O. C. Daniels, Goldsboro. 
Mrs. S. B. Cooper, Henderson. 
Mrs. W. X. Reynolds, Winston-Salem. 
Mrs. T. L. Johnson, .Lumberton. 
Mrs. W. L. Parsons, Rockingham. 
Mrs. L. T. Hartsell, Concord. 
Miss Beatrice Cobb, Morganton. 
Miss May Jones, Asheville. 

(Gentlemen. ) 
F. G. James, Greenville. 
W. P. Anderson, Wilson. 
W. M. Webb^ Morehead City. 
W. B. Drake, Raleigh. 
Julian S. Carr, Durham. 
J. C. Carr, Wilmington. 
T. J. Finch, Thomasville. 
Havden Clement, Salisbury. 
Clyde R. Hoey, Shelby. 
C. E. Brooks, Hendersonville. 



DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CHAIRMEN 

Alamance — C. I!. Love, Burlington. 
Alexander— A. L. Watts. Stony Point. 
Alleghany — Eugene Transou, Sparta. 
Anson — R. S. Pruette, Wadesboro. 
Ashe — W. R. Austin. Jefferson. 
Avery — J. W. Ragland, Xewland. 
Beaufort— Lindsey C. Warren, Washington. 
Bladen— E. F. McCulloch, Elizabethtown. 
Bertie — E. S. Askew, Windsor. 
Brunswick — T. H. Lindsey, Southport. 
Buncombe — J. W. Rutherford. Asheville. 
Burke — C. E. Earle, Jr., Morganton. 
Cabarrus — W. A. Foil. Concord. 
Caldwell — W. C. Moore, Jr., Lenoir. 
Camden — T. S. Robertson, Belcross. 
Carteret — Luther Hamilton. Morehead City. 
Caswell — E. A. Allison, Yanceyville. 
Catawba, Chas. W. Bagby, Hickory. 
Chatham— Walter D. Siler, Pittsboro. 
Cherokee— C. B. Hill, Murphy. 
Chowan — R. C. Holland. Edenton. 
Clay — A. L. Penland. Hayesville. 
Cleveland— O. M. Mull. Shelby. 
Craven — Geo. T. Willis, New I'.ern. 
Cumberland— R. H. Dye, Fayetteville. 
Currituck — E. R. Johnson, Currituck. 
Columbus — Jackson Greer, Whibville. 
Dare — A. V. Evans. Manteo. 
Davidson — Percy V. Critcher. Lexington. 
Davie — Hugh Sanfo'rd. Mocksville. 
Duplin — J. J. Bowden, Kenansvllle. 
Durham— Jones Fuller, Durham. 
Edgecombe! — Don Gilliam, Tarboro. 
Forsyth — X. L. Cranford, Winston-Salem 
Franklin — E. H. Malone, Louisburg. 
Gates — V.'. T. Cross, Gatesville. 
Gaston— Ernest It Warren, Gastonia. 
Graham— R. B. Slaughter, Rulibinsville. 
Granville — D. G. Brummitt, Oxford. 



Greene— J. Paul Frizzell, Snow 1 1 111. 

Guilford — C. C. Cox. Greensboro. 

Guilford — Frank Ogburn, Vice.-Chm., H't-'li 
Point, till S. Main Si 

Halifax— Klli. nt B. Clark. Weldi 

Harnett — H. L. Godwin, Dunn. 

Haywood — Will <; Byers, Waynesville, R. 
F. D. 4. 

Henderson — E. W. Bwbank, Blende: ville. 

Hertford — 1>. C. Harm's. Murfreesboro. 

Hoke— J. B. Thomas. Baeford. 

Hyde — C. B. Spencer, Swan Quarter. 

Iredell — J. A. Hartness, Statesville. 

Jackson — J. H. Wilson, Sylva. 

Johnston — J. R. Barbour, Benson. 

Jones — J. S. Hargctt. Trenton. 

Lee — K. R. Hoyle, San; 

Lenoir — Jno. G. Dawson, Kinston. 

Lincoln— A. L. Quickel, Lincolnton. 

McDowell — Guy S. Kirliy. Marion. 

Macon— Elmer Johnson, Franklin. 

Madison— X. P.. McDevitt, Marshall. 

Martin — H. B. Stubbs, Williamston. 

Mecklenburg— H. C. Jones. Charlotte. 

Mitchell — Geo. H. i"oung, Bakersville. 

Montgomery — W. A. Cochran, Troy. 

Moore— D. Al. Blue, Carthage. 

Xash— Leon T. Vaughan. Nashville. 

Xew Hanover— Jos. W. Little, Wilmington. 

Northampton— W. H. Joyner. Garysburg. 

Onslow — X. A. Burton, Jacksonville. 

Pamlico — C. S. Weskett, Bayboro 

Orange — A. H. Graham, Hillsboro. 

Pasquotank— P. G. Sawyer. Elizabeth I It] 

Perquimans— B. C. Berry. Hertford. 

Pitt— C. C. Price, Greenville. 

Person— Robt. P. Burns. Roxboro. 

Polk — E. B. Cloud. Columbus. 

Pender— J. T. Bland. Jr., Burgaw. 

Randolph— C. C. Cranford. Ash.-horo. 

Richmond — Fred W. P.ynum, Rockingham. 

Robeson — T. L. Johnson, Lumberton. 

Rockingham— T. B. Wilson. Maalson, 
R. F. D. 

Rowan— W. If. Woodson, Salisbury. 

Rutherford— Gudger Edwards, Ruthcrfordton. 

Sampson— Fitzhugh Whitfield, Clinton. 

Scotland— W. H. Neal, Laurinburg. 

Stanly — O. ,T. Sikes. Albemarle. 

Surry — A. D. Folger, Dol 

Stokes— R. P.. Tuttle, King. R F. D. 1. 

Swain— J. B, Harwood, Bryson City. 

Transylvania- W. E. Breese, Brevard 

Tyrrell- B'. S. Davis, Columbia 

Union Geo s Lee, Jr . Monroe. 

Vance— J. C. Kittrell. II 

Wake— Ed Hugh Lee, Raleigh. 

Warren Thos <>. it. .dwell. Warrenton. 

Washington— T, J. Swain. Mack. 

Watauga— A. I> Wilson, Vilas 

Wayne — Geo K Freeman, Gold 

Wilkes— It, A Cranor, N Wilkesboro. 

Wilson Prank S Hassell, Wilson 

Yadkin— .T. T. It. ■ S"a Ik 

Yancey— M. A. Bailey, Burngville 



LADIES— COUNTY VICE-CHAIRMEN 



\ ice Chairmen for 
have been appointed: 

Alam:.' Ml R 

An .'ii Mrs. H. H. 
Bladen Mrs Gei 
Bertie Mis ll. I. 



ih,. following ■ 



.1 B 

M.I 

II i 

CJrquI 



Burlington. 

■ 
WoodvUle. 



linn.'., ml . 

Mil.' 



Mis. .las M Qudger, -Ii . A-b." 



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l'OLITICAl, O RCANIZATIONS 



Burke— Mrs. A. C. Avery. Mrs. E. C. Clay- 
well, Miss Beatrice Cobb, Morganton. 
Caldwell — Mrs. Claude Triplett, Lenoir, 

Carteret— Mrs. Dan O. Bell, Morebeail City. 

Catawba — .Mrs. F. M. Williams. Newton. 

Cherokee — Mrs. Geo. B. Walker, Andrews. 

Clay — Miss Ellen Scroggs. Hayesville. 

Craven — Mrs. C. D. Bradham, New Bern. 

Columbus — Mrs. J. A. Brown, Chadbourn. 

Davidson — Miss Pearl Hege, Lexington. 

Duplin — Mrs. Marshall Williams, Faison. 

Durham — Mrs. Edgar Cheek. Durham. 

Forsyth — Mrs. W. O. Spencer, Winston- 
Salem. 

(iaston — Mrs. W. B. Puett, Belmont. 

Granville — Miss Jeanette Biggs. Oxford. 

Guilford — Miss Louise Alexander, Greens- 
boro. 

Harnett — Mrs. H. A. Townsend, Dunn. 

Haywood — Miss Jessie Rogers, Waynesville. 

Henderson — Mrs. M. A. Brown, Henderson- 
ville. 

Hertford — Mrs. Jno. E. Vann, Wilson. 

Hoke — Mrs. W. B. McQueen, Baeford. 

Jones — Miss Bessie Whitaker. Trenton. 

Lee — Mrs. J. P. Monroe, Sanford. 

Lenoir — Miss Ruth Burk, LaGrange. 

McDowell — Mrs. D. F. Giles, Marion. 

Mecklenburg — Mrs. Lawrence Jones. Char- 
lotte. 

Moore — Miss Janie McLeod. Carthaee. 

Montgomery — Miss Carrie Hurley, Troy. 

Xash — Mrs. W. R. Robertson, Spring Hope. 

Pamlico — Mrs. L. F. McCabe, Oriental. 

Pitt— Mrs. H. D. Ragsdale, Greenville. 

Polk— Miss May Flint. Tryon. 

Richmond — Mrs. Fred Lackey, Hamlet. 

Rowan — Mrs. E. C. Gregory, Salisbury. 

Rutherford— Mrs. C. F. Gold, Ellenboro. 

Sampson — Mrs. J. Abner Barker, Roseboro. 

Scotland — Mrs. W. Z. Gibson, Gibson. 

Stanly — Mrs. R. R. Ingram — Albemarle. 

Surry — Mrs. Mary Fulton Bennett. Mount 
Airy. 

Transylvania — Mrs. Geo. W. Wilson, Brevard. 

Tyrrell— Miss Sarah L. Taft, Columbia. 

Union — Mrs. J. C. M. Vann, Monroe. 

Wayne — Miss Blanche Parrott. Goldshoro. 

Wake — Miss Elsie Riddick, Raleigh. 

Wilkes — Miss Elizabeth Barber, North 
Wilkesboro. 

Wilson — Miss Cleo Winstead, Wilson. 



REPUBLICAN STATE EXECUTIVE 
COMMITTEE. 



Officers. 

Chairman — William C. Bramham, Durham. 
Associate Chairman — Mrs. Mary Settle 
Sharpe, Greensboro. 

National Committeeman 

Charles A. Reynolds, Winston-Salem. 

James O. Britt, Ex-Offlcio Member, Asheville. 
Members 

First District — Clarence R. Pugh, Elizabeth 
City; Wheeler Martin. Williamston. 

Second District — Jasper L. Phillips, Kinston ; 
Dr. H. R. Hoover, Wilson. 

Third District — William G. Mebane, Beau- 
fort: W. H. Fisher, Clinton. 

Fourth District — Joseph J. Jenkins, Siler 
City; T. L. Bland. Rocky Mount. 

Fifth District — J. Andrew Jackson, Dobson: 
Fulton J. MeDuffle, Creedmoor. 

Sixth District— J. C. Snoddy, Red Springs; 
R. W. Herring. Fayetteville. 

Seventh District — A. T ('.rant, Jr., Mocks- 
ville; John J. Parker, Monroe. 



Eighth District — H. Sinclaire Williams, Con- 
cord; T. O. Teague. Taylorsville. 

Ninth District — J. Yates Killian, Hickory ; 
Robert O. Huffman, Morganton. 

Tenth District — Walter R. Chambers, Marion ; 
Charles J. Harris, Dillsboro. 

Associate Members 

Mrs. William Preston Few, Durham. 

Mrs. J. Spottswood Taylor, Danbury. 

Mrs. Herbert F. Seawell, Carthage. 

Mrs. H. J. Faison, Faison. 

Mrs. A. M. Kistler, Morganton. 

Mrs. Wm. Redin Kirk, Hendersonville. 

Mrs. John R. Jones, North Wilkesboro. 

Mrs. Albert L. Coble, Statesville. 

Mrs. C. B. D. Reynolds, Albemarle. 

Miss Lillian Fields, LaGrange. 

Mrs. Fred Kent. Asheville. 

Mrs. Royall E. Prevette. North Wilkesboro. 

Mrs. Lillian Rogers, Wilmington. 

Miss Pansy Abernathy, Lincolnton. 

Mrs. Lila Kipley Barnwell, Hendersonville. 

Mrs. J. W. Hall. Lumber Bridge. 

Mrs. Eugene F. Hester, Wendell. 

Mrs. Ara D. Burroughs. Belhaven. 

Mrs. J. A. Sprouls, Boone. 

Miss Grace Shravender, Pantego. 

REPUBLICAN COUNTY CHAIRMEN 
Alamance — W. W. Brown. Burlington. 
Alexander — A. M. Matbeson, Taylorsville. 
Allegheny — George Cheek. Sparta. 
Anson — George W. Forte. Wadesboro. 
Ashe — Charles B. Spicer, Jefferson. 
Avery — Charles E. Hughes, Newland. 
Buncombe — Wayne Beachboard. Asheville. 
Beaufort — W. H. Russ, Washington. 
Bertie — Owen G. Austin, Kelford. 
Bladen — E. B. Meares, Clarkton. 
Brunswick — E. H. Smith. Southport. 
Burke — D. A. Johnson, Morganton. 
Caswell — S. R. Allred, T'nion Ridge. 
Catawba — J. Smith Campbell, Maiden. 
Chatham — W. B. Chapen, Pittsboro. 
Cabarrus — H. S. Williams, Concord. 
Caldwell — Sid E. Dula. Lenoir. 
Camden — H. B. Burgess, Old Trap. 
Carteret — C. H. Wade. Morehead City. 
Chowan — Miles S. Elliott, Meege. 
Clay — Early Anderson. Hayesville. 
Cleveland— B. H. DePriest, Shelby. 
Columbus — A. B. Bryan. Chadbourn. 
Craven — W. B. Rouse. New Bern. 
Cumberland — D. J. Breece, Fayetteville. 
Currituck — P. C. Garrett, Moyock. 
Cherokee — A. B. Dickey, Murphy. 
Durham — James E. Abernethy, Durham. 
Dare — L. E. Midgett, Manteo. 
Davidson — Chas. M. Hoover. Lexington. 
Davie — C. A. Hartman, Farmington. 
Duplin — H. J. Faison, Faison. 
Edgecombe — B. B. Howell, Tarboro. 
Forsyth — H. O. Sapp. Winston-Salem. 
Franklin— W. W. Green, Kitrell. 
Granville — G. T. Sikes, Creedmoor. 
Gaston — H. D. George, Cherryville. 
Gates— E. B. Spivey. Trotville. 
Guilford — Chas. D. Cobb, McLeansville. 
Graham — Riley Orr, Millsaps. 
Greene — W. A. Shackelford, Hookerton. 
Harnett — W. P. Pyrd, Lillington. 
Halifax — J. L. Johnston. Littleton. 
Haywood — D. J. L. Smathers. Clyde. 
Henderson — E. B. Drake. Hendersonville. 
Hertford — I. Finlev Snipes. Woodland. 
Hoke— G. W. Cox. Raeford. 
Hyde — A. Berry, Swan Quarter. 
Iredell — John M. Sharpe. Statesville. 
Jackson — G. W. Sutton, Sylva. 
Johnston — Ezra Parker, Benson. 



DEMOCRATIC STATE PLATFORM— l»i 



New England Mutual Life Insurance Co. 

E. C. SfcGINNIS, General Agent, Raleigh, N. C. 
DID IT EVER OCCUR TO YOU 

That the man who believes in ADEQUATE LIFE Insurance but 
delays in buying it, puts his family in exactly the same predica- 
ment as though he did not believe in it at all? 

Suppose you were the Dependent, could you "carry 
on" with the Life Insurance that you now have? 

Ask your nearest agent for information concerning our "Per- 
fection Policy." which is complete coverage against Death, Dis- 
ability and Accident. 



Jones — S. Jack Harrison, Trenton. 
Lee — E. L. Gavin, Sanford. 
Lenoir — H. I. Sutton, Kinston. 
Lincoln — H. X. Abernethy, Denver. 
Macon — H. G. Robertson. Franklin. 
Madison — Stephen Roberts, Marshall. 
Martin — J. T. Price, Williamston. 
Mecklenburg — Chas. M. Setzer, Charlotte. 
Mitchell — S. J. Black. Bakersviiie. 
Montgomery — David S. Hurley, Troy. 
Moore — Colin G. Spencer, Carthage. 
McDowell — W. R. Chambers, Marion. 
Nash — J. C. Matthews.. Spring Hope. 
Xew Hanover — H. Edmund Rogers, Wilming- 
ton. 
Northampton — W. F. Outland. Woodland. 
Orange — T. E. Sparrow, Hillsboro. 
Onslow — W. Hogan Hurst, Hubert. 
Pamlico — W. N. Whorton, Florence. 
Pasquotank — J. W. Wilcox. Elizabeth City. 
Pender — James O. Blake. Watha. 
Person — R. A. Burch, Roxboro. 
Perquimans — T. C. Babb, Hertford. 
Pitt — B. M. Wbitehurst. Bethel. 
l'olk — John T. Smith, Columbus. 



Rockingham — Frank L. Anders, n, Reldsvllle. 
Rowan — Dan W. Goodson, Salisbury. 
Randolph — C. N. Cox. Asheboro. 
Robeson — J. C. Snoddy, Red Springs. 
Richmond— J. F. Stafford. Ell. 
Rutherford — D. F. Morrow, Rutherfordtorj 
Sampson — W. F. Sessoms. Clinton. 
Scotland — W. T. Wright, Gibson. 
Stanly — G. C. Morton, Albemarle. 
Stokes— M. T. Chilton. Walnut Covi 
Surry — E. M. Linville. Mount Airy. 
Swain — McKinley Edwards, Bryson City. 
Transylvania — L. P. Hamlin, Brevard. 
Tyrrell — B. Ray Cahoon, Columbia. 
Union — J. J. Perry. Wingate. 
Vance — X. A. Garrett, Henderson. 
Wake— W. D. Brown. Ealeigh. 
Warren — R. D. Paschall. Ridgeway. 
Washington — B. B. Spencer, Roper. 
Watauga — T. E. Bingham. Bo 
Waynt — D. E. McClenny, Gold 
Wilkes — John R. Junes, North Wilkesboro. 
Wilson — Geo. H. Newsom, Lucama. 
Yadkin — C. E. Reavis. Eamptonville. 
Yancey — Chas. L. Brown. Burnsville. 



Democratic State Platform — 1922 



(Adopted at Raleigh, April 20) 

Profoundly thankful to Divine Providence 
for the great blessings to our beloved common- 
wealth of North Carolina, the Democratic party 
in convention assembled does hereby declare 
its platform as follows: 

We reaffirm our allegiance to the time hon- 
ored principles of the Democratic party, and 
wo hereby commend the constructive policy of 
the Democratic party under our great Presi- 
dent, Woodrow Wilson. 

We heartily endorse the course of our 
Senators and Representatives in Congress and 
point with pride to me record they have 
made. 

We condemn the Republican Administra- 
tion for its failure to pass legislation to 
m.it the needs of the country. 

The Democratic party since it lias been en- 
Crusted with power in tins Stan lias uni- 
formly favored and enacted legislation pro- 
viding for Longer and better sc is for the 

children ol the state, for Increased facilities, 
tor tlie care of the state's unfortunates, for 
the conservation of tin- public health, t.'i the 
building up an.l encouragement in every proper 
way of the agricultural inter. sis or tin- State, 
for the fostering of all legitimate on 
.mi. i pri9es, for the i'i i tecti ( the mutual 



interest of labor and capital, tor the con- 
struction and improvement oi public roads, 
anil, in fact, for the upbuilding and up- 
lifting of the Stan 

We heartily endorse the Dei 

Administration, w immend and endorse the 

action of the recent I rem ral \ 
North Carolina in tin- great constructive pro- 
grams which have I een carried on tor the 
material and industrial progress >•! the State. 

We i imend tin- Legislature for the en- 
actment of Legislation Li .•king n> tin- car 
protection ..i the interests of the youthful delin- 
quents and <i. fectives ..i the State ; we ■ 
mend the Legislature for thi ot "t 

legislation looking to tie- construction and es- 
tablishment ol a >\ ^t, in of Ion. i surfaced and 
other dependable roads connecting the county 

mmn u ith tlir |.i in. Ipal .11 le and t..»n 

we pledge tli.- people ol this State thai 
i. ;o I program will he carried on with 
ami economy : «.• commend the t» i < 
made for Increasing the facilities of our State 
Institutions, both educational and charil 
we commend the providing the splen- 
did i.i Lng carried on In the sate r..r 
the i rotectlon and conservation of the 
n,- health, and the Improvement of sani- 
tary living Ill "id rural: 

we commend tin i r the 



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REPUBLICAN STAT K PLATFORM— 1922 



collection of the State's entire revenue rrorn 
Incomes, Inheritances, franchises, insurance 
policies, fees and rentals from the State's 
property, thereby providing a system of. taxa- 
tion whereby no taxes whatever are levied for 
State purposes upon property, and the estab- 
lishment of a department for the assessment 
and collection of the State's revenues; we 
command the legislation simplifying the judi- 
cial procedure in civil actions and reducing 
the cost of litigation ; we commend the pro- 
visions made for the care of our Confederate 
veterans and their widows, and pledge the 
Democratic party to a continuation of all those 
policies. 

We point with pride to the fact that Gov- 
ernor Morrison has recommended and vigor- 
ously urged the passage of this great construc- 
tive program enacted by the last General 
Assembly. 

In the administration of his office as Gov- 
ernor, Governor Morrison has inaugurated many 
measures and movements for the moral and 
material upbuilding of the State. 

(a) We endorse the appointment by him 
of boards of consulting specialists to visit 
and minister to the needs of the insane, the 
delinquents, the defectives, and other unfor- 
tunates in the State. Under that plan a score 
or more of eminent specialists have visited 
each institution, performing operations and 
otherwise treating hundreds of these patients, 
without one cent of cost to the State. The 
thanks of the State are due to these gentlemen 
for the great and unselfish service they have 
rendered suffering humanity. 

(b) We heartily endorse the program sug- 
gested by Governor Morrison and adopted by 
the Departments of Agriculture, Education, 
Health and Public Welfare Work, looking 
to the production of sufficient food for the 
people of the State, and earnestly hope for 
the early realization of this great idea, the 
consummation of which is greatly to be de- 
sired, and which is in line with the pro- 



gram for the upbuilding of the moral and 
material welfare of the people. 

(c) We heartily commend the Governor for 
his program looking to the production and 
conservation of lish. oysters and other sea food 
in the waters of our State. 

We pledge to the people of the State that 
the Democratic party will administer the affairs 
of the State, counties, and municipalities with 
every economy consistent with efficient and 
progressive government. 

We pledge to the people of the various 
counties and municipalities of the btace tne 
greatest measure of control of their local 
affairs consistent with efficient and orderly 
government and the rights of other counties 
and municipalities. 

We favor the passage of a workman's com- 
pensaion act fair to both employer and em- 
ploye. 

We are profoundly grateful to the service 
men of the late war, and we recommend to 
the national government the enactment of 
legislation looking to their relief. 

We recommend that the State Executive 
Committee be authorized and directed to amend 
the plan of organization so as to double 
the number of that committee, to the end 
that full representation of women may be had 
thereon. Provided, that fifty members shall 
constitute a quorum. The committee at its 
next meeting shall provide the necessary ma- 
chinery for the election of these additional 
members. 

We denounce the covert, unfair and coward- 
ly attack made by the Republican party in it3 
platform adopted at its convention at Winston- 
Salem, upon the program for a fair and equit- 
able system of taxation, the education of the 
children, and the construction and mainte- 
nance of the highways; and we warn the peo- 
ple that if the Republican party be entrusted 
with power in this State, the evils warned 
against by them will indeed be realized. 



Republican State Platform— 1922 



(Adopted at Winston-Salem, April 12) 

We, the Republicans of North Carolina, in 
convention assembled at Winston-Salem, April, 
1922, reaffirm our devotion to the principles of 
the Republican party which are now, as they 
have ever been, the surest guarantee of the 
preservation and continued prosperity of this 
State and Nation. 

We view with pride the wise and conserva- 
tive leadership of our President, Warren G. 
Harding. We congratulate him and the coun- 
try upon the selection of men of pre-eminent 
ability to fill cabinet positions whose concerted 
efforts have restored our nation to its place of 
wholesome leadership in the affairs of the world 
from which it had been displaced by the pre- 
ceding Democratic administration. 

We congratulate the country upon the prog- 
ress made by the Republican Administration 
in fulfilling its platform pledges and in its 
effort to restore the country to normality af- 
ter the shock given it by the Democratic party, 
and upon the same, sound and conservative 
policies adopted in all departments of the gov- 
ernment which are gradually bringing relief 
from the conditions created by the reckless era 
of extravagance and mis-management and ac- 
companying burden of taxation under the Wil- 
son administration. Constitutional government 
has been restored, extravagant expenditures have 



been eliminated by the creation of the budget 
system, the public finances have been placed 
upon a scientific basis, we have reduced the 
public debt $3, 700,001), 000 and have reduced 
taxes to the extent of three quarters of a 
billion dollars a year. The extent to which 
the confidence of tha people in the government 
has been restored may be measured by the 
fact that during the year that has passed 
Liberty Bonds and Victory Notes have in- 
creased in value to the extent of two billions 
of dollars. 

We deplore and condemn the extravagance 
indulged in by the Democratic administration 
in this State. While the National Republican 
Administration is practicing every economy, 
decreasing the number of government employees, 
and reducing taxation wherever possible, tne 
Democratic Administration in the State of 
North Carolina is creating opportunities for 
political henchmen. Issuing bonds and borrow- 
ing money with a reckless disregard of trie 
property rights and welfare of the people and 
as a result the very land of the State is 
tottering under taxation piling ever higher 
and the rank and file of our people burdened 
as never before. 

We condemn the dominant party for its jug- 
glery of the tax provisions of the State for 
political purposes as is illustrated in the 



KKlTIiLICAN STATE PLATFOBM— 1922 



dimttttfrrial Printing (fto. 

incorporated 
American Plan Shop 

RALEIGH. NORTH CAROLINA 



General Printers 

RULERS, BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK 
MANUFACTURERS 



ONE OF THE BEST EQUIPPED PRINTING ESTABLISHMENTS 

IN THE SOUTH 



manipulation of the Revaluation Act. We as- 
sert it is time to apply business methods to 
our tax system and end the present tampering 
with our finances which is endangering the 
credit of the State at home and abroad and 
keeps the constitutionality of legislation gov- 
erning taxation, and the validity of securities 
issued by the State and its sub-divisions, 
almost continually before the Supreme Court. 

The Republican party in North Carolina, as 
in every other state, favors public education 
and liberal support to all public educational 
institutions and if our. party is entrusted 
with the management of our State government 
we would immediately provide for the elec- 
tion of our County Boards of Education by 
the people and thereby restore to the people 
the control and management of our public 
schools and we guarantee to observe and en- 
force the Constitutional requirements of a 
six months school term in each county In 
the State, and at a greatly reduced rate of 
taxation. 

We pledge the people of the State to pro- 
vide a uniform system of taxation for schools 
throughout the State and to give each county 
in the State the same rate of taxation foi 
schools and each county its proportionate ware 
hi the constitutional requirements for a uni- 
form system of public education throughout 
the State, and at a greatly reduced rate ..!' 
taxation. Such a system will insure uniformity 
in tax rate, uniformity in school facilities 
and eliminate waste and extravagance in I oun 
ty and Stato in School administration and 
give the State a new impetus in public edu- 
cation. 

We condemn the Democratic party for the 
frequent and unnecessary change in the text, 

books used in the public scl is. which ii "H 

in hundreds of thousands oi dollars of in- 



creased profits to the publishers of scho il 
looks, but which are a needless and burden- 
some expense upon the people ol tin- State. 
We favor the policy of tin- Slat.'- furnish- 
ing free text books in the public schools and 
thereby saving to our people thousands of dol 
lars now expended for text books and bringing 
to the child of our poof man the same oppor- 
tunity of education now enjoyed by the child 
of the rich. 

We believe in a State system of highways; 
and we point with pride to Cue fact that 
what progress we have made towards ol 
ing a State system of highways ha- been 
brought about by the fearless inh ieac> I tic 

Republican party in its platform, mi the 
hustings ami in tlie Legislature. But we con- 
demn the Democratic party for prostituting 
the road system, a- it has the school system. 

to purposes Of politics and lor the r 

extravagance and favoritism with which it has 

expended the people's money 

We believe thai it is the Ural duty ol the 

Slate to help alleviate the burdens under 
which agriculture is staggering iii Null! I 

lina. Specifically we pledge ourselvi 

, ital lishment of an adequate system of rural 

credits ami to sueh a reorganization 

si, n,. department of agriculture that It will 

become a real aid to the i.u mil • "' 'I" 
in, lead of being as it is now. a DEVI 
jul. hunters. 

We favor a continuation of the time I 

eii pollcj of Hi" Republican partj ol enacting 
liberal legislation '" provide foi tni 
Infirm and dl abl 6 d their depend 

em The unselfish and patriotic 
dered by them ami ihelr more fortunate 
brothers in arms, will ever be a proud herit- 
age of our COU1 



138 



KElTIiLICAX STATE PLATFORM— 191! 



The Monticello 



NORFOLK, 
VIRGINIA. 



Tidewater Virginia's Famous and Norfolk's Finest Hotel. 




We demand that necessary legislation be en- 
acted to make the Farm Loan Banks properly 
function in behalf of the farmers in accord- 
ance with the avowed purpose of the creation 
of such banks ; giving to the farmers short 
term loans on security of Farm Products and 
long term loans on real estate, all at a 
rate of interest, such as is accorded by banks 
on commercial loans, and that the Farm Loan 
P.anks be completely divorced from Interna- 
tional ranking. 

The most degrading thing in the life of 
North Carolina is the political dishonesty 
which is shamelessly flouted by the machine 
of the Democratic Party. This dishonesty 
is striking at the very vitals of the State 
and has already produced that cynical atti- 
tude towards public affairs which invariably 
accompanies the decline of free government. 
No State can live that tolerates dishonesty 
and no party should survive which winks at or 
encourages it. 

We do not charge that all elections are 
dishonest. We do charge that the election 
laws of the State lend themselves to fraud, 
that they were framed with that end in view 
and that the Democratic machine or the 
State under these laws perpetrates tbe most 
shameless fraud whenever it deems fraud 
necessary to accomplish its purposes. 

We denounce the Democratic Party for re- 
fusing to pass the Australian Ballot law, and 
for amending the Absentee Voter law in such 
a way as to make fraud easy to perpetrate 
and hard to punish. And we pledge ourselves 
to enact the Australian Ballot Law and to 
place adequate safeguards around the Ab- 



sentee ballot. The time has come for corrupt 
elections to cease. 

Another form of political dishonesty in the 
"Gerrymandering" of the State by the Demo- 
cratic party, by means of which 43 per cent 
of the voters of the State are robbed of their 
proper right of representation. The Congres- 
sional districts, required by law to be com- 
pact and contiguous are veritable geographical 
monstrosities. One needs only look at a map 
and a census table to see that the Republi- 
cans of Carolina have been robbed of our 
representatives in Congress. In like manner 
the Republicans of North Carolina have been 
robbed of Solicitors and State Senators, and 
the plan of electing Judges by the State at 
large while allowing the Democrats of the 
various districts to select the candidates for 
those districts is but another form of the 
same evil, by which the high office of Judge 
is dragged into politics and the Republican 
districts are denied representation on the 
1 ench. 

We denounce the Democratic machine for 
tin- infamous methods employed by it in the 
campaign of 1920. We believe the decent right 
thinking people of North Carolina who lnve 
their State and Nation and believe in clean 
politics will not longer permit the dominant 
party to resort to such degrading tactics in 
its effort to inflame the passions of the peo- 
ple and divert their minds from a calm con- 
sideration of the issues before them. A party 
which stoops to such base methods is not 
worthy to be entrusted with the sacred rights 
of the people. 

We deplore the attempt of the Democratic 
party to drag the negro question into any cam- 
paign. The Republican Party of North Caro- 



KEITISLICA_\- STATE PLATFORM 






THE NEGRO AGRICULTURAL AND 

TECHNICAL COLLEGE OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 



GREENSBORO, 



NORTH CAROLINA 



Open all the year round for males only. Nowhere else in the 
country can better facilities for practical education be secured on 
such easy terms. Do you know a young man who is unable to pay, 
but who is willing to work for an education ? Do you know a young 
negro who is ambitious to become a good farmer or mechanic? [f s», 
please recommend him to write for catalog or further information. 



JAMES B. DUDLEY, President 



GREENSBORO, 



NORTH CAROLINA 



iina is an organization of white men and worn 
en. It haa no intention of appointing negroes 
to office within the State. 

To sum up our position, we commend: 

Education, in accordance with our Con- 
stitution and with election of the School 
Boards by direct vote of the people. 

Good Roads, built on business principles, 
without favorites or waste with reduced over- 
head charges. 

Conservation of all products and investiga 
tion of the most scientific methods of sav- 
ing producers, whether by warehouses, storage, 
cold storage or other means; also a system of 
credits for the products so stored. 

Economy of Uie strickest kind in all pub- 
lie affairs and this should mean the reduction 
of amounts paid as salaries in the public 
offices to unnecessary, employees. 

Budget systems for towns, counties and 
State and all sub-divisions, that tin- tax payers 
may know where tax moneys go, and that 
every department be compelled to live within 
the estimates of such budget. 



insolvency and loss to depositors which 
be prevented. 

Public Debt being constantly Increased with- 
out the slightest attempt at ei my >>r eurh- 

ing needless expenses. 

Useless additional bureaus, costing the 'ii\ 
payers untold millions t" maki 
political favorites, such as a commissi 
colled taxes which is the duty of every Sheriff. 

Gerrymandering the districts ol the 
to the end that a party remains in powel 
though the voters have lost confldenc 
it^ efficiency and honest] 



We condemn : 

Election frauds, to be a disgrace to the 
State. 

Text book methods, in choosing ot which 
millions are lost to taxpayers, ami a public 
scandal is disgracing our State; we nee, I tree 
text books, printed within our Stati 
as practical. 

Bond issuing in such reckless manner with- 
out any preparation to meet interest and re 
payment, such methods an- enslaving our chil- 
dren to the third an, I fourth generation. 

System of lank examination? which permit 



We pn m 

Honest election laws and the Australian 
Ballot 

Reduction in taxes, and tie of a 

modern taxing - 

State taxes shall he raised without bur, ten- 
some property tax. which tax Bhould 
for reductl t debt if necesaarj at all. 

Publicity in the fullest sen 
lie business both as to 

.m, I payment ot all costs ot g 
ment 

Reduction ot officers, the number of widen 
has been increased without ne, ■ 
without reason. 

Judges ball i lecti d from I i th 

to the end that everj man m i 
of obtaining Justice and i gcapli I 
lice, 

Officers electi d i n our platform shall or 

true to every trn-t. painstaking in every duty. 

public act; any delinquent will 
from power instead 
taken idea of : 



140 



COMPARATIVE VOTE— 1922-1920 



/ 


THE RICKS HOTEL 


T. L,. BLAND, Proprietor, Rocky Mount, N. C. 


AMERICAN PLAN 


300 Rooms Solid Comfort 


240 Rooms, With Bath 



Comparative Vote For Corporation Com- 
missioner, 1922, and For Governor, 1920 



1922 



1920 



Counties 



Alamance 3 

Alexander 2 

Alleghany 1 

Anson 1 

Ashe 4 

Avery 

Beaufort 1 

Bertie 

Bladen 2 

Brunswick 1 

I'uncombe 8 

Burke 3 

Cabarrus 4 

Caldwell 3 

Camden 

Carteret 2 

Caswell 

Catawba 5 

Chatham 3 

Cherokee 1 

Chowan 

Clay 

Cleveland 2 

Columbus 2 

Craven 1 

Cumberland ... 1 

Currituck 

Dare 

Davidson 5 

Davie 1 

Duplin 2 

Durham 3 

Edgecombe 1 

Forsyth 6, 

Franklin 1, 

Gaston 4 

Gates 

Graham 

Granville 1 

Greene 

Guilford 5, 



Halifax 
Harnett 
Haywood 
Henderson 
Hertford . 
Hoke 



751 
142 
409 
248 
093 
363 
813 
753 
384 
109 
956 
867 
444 
.328 
228 
510 
865 
696 
331 
895 
317 
914 
536 
196 
784 
298 
368 
727 
7112 
606 
689 
270 
259 
242 
138 
137 
661 
776 
420 
822 
640 
297 
561 
173 
862 
445 
629 



1,624 
2,248 
1,176 
70 
3,691 
1,714 

573 
20 

549 
1.181 
5,225 
2.83s 
3,964 
2,817 
6 
1,809 

183 
4,925 
2,851 
2,010 



953 

954 

475 

59 

197 

10 

548 

5,139 

2,040 

1,114 

1,537 

25 

3,761 

112 

1,132 

140 

926 

210 

78 

3,034 

36 

2,132 

1,754 

2,314 

24 

13 



5,275 
2,000 
1,417 
3,340 
3,628 

403 
3.559 
1,886 
1,991 
1,311 
10,412 
3,314 
4,394 
2,953 

665 
2,094 
1,250 
5,424 
3,219 
1,762 
1,129 

763 
5,116 
3,313 
3,464 
3,316 

974 

846 
4,907 
1.634 
3,432 
4,706 
3,395 
8,250 
2.786 
7,220 

812 

655 
2,662 
1,664 
9,594 
3,540 
3,902 
4 227 
2,'525 
1,165 
1,266 



4,624 
2,643 
1,187 

420 
3,800 
2.497 
2 212 
"l47 
1,010 
1,381 
8,005 
3,566 
5.226 
3,222 

116 
2,292 

946 
5,912 
2,895 
2,574 

162 

913 
2.978 
1.655 

Oil) 

1.849 

69 

6z4 
5,844 
2.583 
2,704 
3,491 

292 
6,759 

552 
5,749 

294 

916 

793 

427 
7.788 

413 
3.31S 
2,962 
3,604 

210 

156 



Hyde 


402 


Iredell 


. . 5,288 


Jackson 


.. 2,791 


Johnston . . . . 


. . 5,229 




491 


Lee 


.. 1,371 




.. 1,355 


Lincoln 


.. 2,909 




.. 2,421 


Madison . . . . 


.. 1,366 


Martin 


.. 1,047 


McDowell 


.. 3,214 


Mecklenburg . 


. 3,923 


Mitchell 


62? 


Montgomery 


. . 2,501 


Moore 


. . 2,536 




. 1,337 


New Hanover 


.. 1,909 


Northampton 


795 


Onslow 


880 


Orange 


. . 1,710 


Pamlico 


812 


Pasquotank 


369 




. . 1,024 


Perquimans 


453 


Person 


. . 1,588 


Pitt 


. . 1,681 


Polk 


. . 1,408 


Randolph 


. . 5,645 


Richmond 


. . 2,462 


Robeson 


. . 2,847 


Rockingham 


. . 4,134 


Rowan 


.. 4,612 


Rutherford 


. . 4,186 


Sampson 


. . 1,903 


Scotland 


849 


Stanly 


. . 3,720 


Stokes 


. . 1,837 


Surry 


. . 3,829 




. . 1,531 


Transvlvania 


. . 1,697 


Tyrrell 


589 




. . 1,490 




920 


Wake 


. 4,300 


Warren 


972 


Washington 


832 


Watauga .... 


. 1,981 




. 2,637 


Wilkes 


. 3,003 


Wilson 


. 1,225 


Yadkin 


. 1.110 


Yancey 


. 2,766 


Total 


.225,803 



87 

2,489 

2,527 

4,270 

52 

319 

179 

4,255 

1,929 

1,930 

41 

2,490 

635 

1,219 

2,104 

1,706 

45 

81 

18 

170 

933 

286 

93 

241 

100 

1,016 

92 

1,361 

5,694 

235 

385 

2,222 

2,260 

2,865 

3,207 

29 

3,651 

2.322 

4,210 

1,483 

1.822 

300 

100 

147 

669 

17 

445 

2,112 

828 

4,403 

81 

1,946 

2,010 



1,170 
6.351 
2,398 
6,076 

999 
2,319 
2,882 
3,326 
2,101 
1,330 
2,577 
2,821 
11,221 

736 
2.305 
2,708 
4.072 
4,342 
2,329 
1,578 
2,081 
1,291 
1,816 
1,611 
1,057 
1,629 
4,156 
1,387 
5,066 
3.210 
6,185 
4.469 
6,427 
4,092 
2.428 
1,671 
3,901 
2,001 
3.569 
1,418 
1,549 

717 
4,025 
2,459 
8,145 
1,891 
1,115 
1,753 
4,847 
2,884 
3,530 
1,355 
2,306 



475 

4,419 

2,354 

5.336 

328 

1,155 

1,024 

3,127 

2,037 

3,609 

496 

2,563 

3,360 

2,235 

2,309 

2,242 

1,518 

472 

126 

822 

1,786 

1.011 

417 

672 

480 

1,582 

834 

1,349 

6.243 

1,134 

2,111 

3,592 

4,853 

4,002 

5,333 

296 

4,273 

2,899 

5,173 

2 252 

1*659 

535 

1,499 

804 

4,349 

244 

971 

2,600 

2,776 

6,453 

1,296 

3,295 

2,574 



VOTE OX CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT— 1922 



111 



'*■*■■**-#-***<■ r^-r -d 



Frank B. Simpson 

Architect 

220 V 2 Fayetteville Street 
RALEIGH, N. C. 



Vote On Constitutional Amendment- -1922 

(Amendment provided fur increase of pay 

of Representatives from $4.00 to $10.00 per 

day and Senators from $4.00 to $12.00 per 

day. Lost by 65,468 majority.) 

Counties For Against 



Alamance 

Alexander 

Alleghany 

Anson 

Ashe . . . . 

Avery 

Beaufort 

Bertie 

Bladen 

Brunswick 

Buncombe 

Burke 

Cabarrus 

Caldwell . . 

Camden 

Carteret . . 

Caswell 

Catawba 

Chatham 

Cherokee 

Chowan . . . 

Clay 

Cleveland 

Columbus 

Craven 

Cumberland 

Currituck 

Dare 

Davidson 

Davie 

Duplin 

Durham 

Edgecombe 

Forsyth . . . 

Franklin 

Gaston 

Gates 

Graham . . . 

Granville 

Greene 

Guilford . . 

Halifax 

Harnett 

Haywood 

Eenderson 

Hertford 



1,855 


1,843 


249 


1,943 


62 


1,327 


302 


1,319 


417 


818 


129 


402 


1,127 


858 


244 


427 


783 


1,787 


235 


1,211 


3,771 


7,032 


2,022 


656 


1,700 


2,234 


348 


89 


152 


38 


1,849 


867 


231 


648 


476 


2,011 


276 


3,826 


653 


1,315 


132 


141 


91 


835 


1,051 


1,870 


573 


1.795 


1,096 


631 


463 


941 


141 


209 


421 


210 


597 


1,983 


155 


1,645 


1,480 


1,813 


1,630 


1,497 


481 


esra 


2,125 


1,920 


322 


si;:! 


2,136 


1,448 


166 


459 


187 


896 


517 


936 


176 


696 


1,997 


3,85! 


514 


750 


1,562 


2,676 


1,921 


1,415 


1,169 


2, His 


1 !1 


279 



Hoke 

Hyde 

Iredell 

Jackson .... 
Johnston 

Jones 

Lee 

Lenoir 

Lincoln .... 

Macon 

Madison .... 

Martin 

McDowell 
Mecklenburg 
Mitchell 
Montgomery 

Moore 

Nash 

New Hanover 
Northampton 

Onslow 

Orange 

Pamlico . . . . 
Pasquotank 

Pender 

Perquimans . 

Pel "il 

Pitt 

Polk 

Randolph 
Richmond 

Robeson 

Rockingham 

Rowan 

Rutherford . , 

Sampson 

Scotland 

Stanly 

Stokes 

Surry 

Swain 

Transylvania 

Tyrrell 

Union 

Vance 

Wake 

Warren 

Washington 
Watauga .... 
Wayne 

Wilkes 

Wilson 

Yadkin 

Yll"eey 



—1922 


131 


449 


118 


340 


1,878 




649 


117 


1.784 


5.361 


51 


443 


438 


996 


242 


1.124 


927 


2.17s 


657 


1,307 


278 


1,819 


301 




237 


437 


1,746 


2.(1111 


149 


719 


40 


169 


681 


2.:. in 


593 


649 


852 


7s:' 


224 




78 


719 


519 


1,687 


169 


401 


335 


322 


178 


1,046 


252 


231 


1 26 


1.699 


251 


1.31 1 


376 


501 


89 


2, 177 


71 1 


925 


828 


2.H27 


1,919 




8,605 


1.763 


1.101 


1,838 


493 


8,670 


382 


3'm 


2. 1 1 5 


2.7s:; 


225 


1,1 


283 


2. '.'is 


211 


S17 




'.i 


183 


130 


266 


gHU 


231 




2,129 


2. 1 69 


299 


59 I 






233 


1,165 




2,102 


584 


8.867 


188 




115 


1.97* 


1,268 


624 



Total 74297 138 



142 



VOTE FOR STATE OFFICERS— 1920 



Vote For State Officers— 1920. 



United States Senator. 

Lee S. Overman 310,504 

A. E. Holton 229,343 

Governor. 

Cameron Morrison 308,151 

John J. Parker 230,175 

W. B. Taylor (Socialist) 336 

Lieutenant-Governor. 

W. B. Cooper 308,405 

Irvin B. Tucker 229,220 

Secretary of State. 

J. Bryan Grimes 310.612 

Brownlow Jackson 229,097 

State Auditor. 

Baxter Durham 310,644 

J. Ed. Mendenhall 229,096 

State Treasurer. 

Benjamin B. Lacy 310,701 

Joseph J. Jenkins 229,015 

Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

E. C. Brooks 310,489 

Mary Settle Sharpe 228,513 

Attorney-General. 

James S. Manning 310.228 

Herbert F. Seawell 229^031 

Commissioner of Labor and Printing. 

M. L Shipman 310.511 

Chas. H. Somers 229,057 



Commissioner of Agriculture. 

W. A. Graham 310.3'"' 

A. L. French 229,239 

Commissioner of Insurance. 

Stacey \V. Wade 310.443 

G. W. Stanton 229,063 

Member of Corporation Commission. 

A. J. Maxwell 310,158 

James H. Ramsay 229,107 

Associate Justices Supreme Court. 

W. A. Hoke 310,549 

W. P. Stacy 310,532 

T. T. Hicks 228.568 

J. E. Alexander 228,885 

Judges Superior Court. 

Fifth District: 

J. Loyd Horton 310,658 

Eighth District: 

E. H. Cranmer 310.395 

H. Edmund Rogers 229,227 

Eighteenth District: 

J. Bis Ray 312,323 

O. V. F. Blythe 231,374 



VOTES CAST FOR PRESIDENTIAL 
ELECTORS. 

James M. Cox (D.) Electors 305,447 

Warren G. Harding (B. ) Electors... 232.848 
Eugene V. Debbs (S. ) Electors 446 



Governors of North Carolina 



Under Lord Proprietors 

1585-1587— Ralph Lane. 
1587— John White. 
1663-1667— William Drummond. 
1667-1673— Samuel Stephens. 

1673-1677— Sir George Eastchurch. Miller, 

John Culpepper. 

1680-1681— John Jenkins. 
1681-1683— Henry Wilkinson. 
1683-1689— Seth Sothel. 
1689-1693— Philip Ludwell. 
1693-1695 — Major Alexander Lillington. 
1695-1699— Thomas Harvey. 
1699-1794— Henderson Walker. 
1704-1705— Col. Robert Daniel. 
1705-1707— Thomas Carey. 
1707-1710 — William Glover. 
1710-1712— Edward Hyde. 
1712-1713— Col. Thomas Pollock. 
1713-1722— Charles Ed n. 
1722 — Col. Thomas Pollock. 
1722-1724— William Reed. 
1724-1725 — George Burrington. 
1725 — Edward Moseley. 
1725 — Sir Richard Everard. 

Governors Under the Crown. 
1730 — George Burrington. 
1734— Gabriel Johnston. 
1753— Arthur Dobbs. 
1755— Matthew Rowan. 
1765 — William Tryon. 
1771— Josiah Martin. 

Governors Under the Constitution Elected By 
the General Assembly. 

1776— Richard Caswell, of Lenoir. 
1779 — Abner Nash, of Craven. 
1781— Thomas Burke, of Orange. 
17S2 — Alexander Martin, of Guilford. 
1784 — Richard Caswell, of Lenoir. 
1787 — Samuel Johnston, of Chowan. 
1789— Alexander Martin, of Guilford. 
1792— Richard Dobbs Spaight. Sr.. of Craven. 
1795 — Samuel Ashe, of New Hanover. 
1798— William R. Davie, of Halifax. 
1799 — Benjamin Williams, of Moore. 
1802 — James Turner, of Warren. 



1R05 — Nathaniel Alexander, of Mecklenburg. 

1807 — Benjamin Williams, of Moore. 

1808 — David Stone, of Bertie. 

1810 — Benjamin Smith, of Brunswick. 

1811 — William Hawkins, of Warren. 

1814— William Miller, of Warren. 

1817 — John Branch, of Halifax. 

1820— Jesse Franklin, of Surry. 

1821 — Gabriel Holmes, of Sampson. 

1824— Hutchins G. Burton, of Halifax. 

1827 — James Iredell, of Chowan. 

1828 — John Owen, of Bladen. 

1830— Montford Stokes, of Wilkes. 

1832— David L. Swain, of Buncombe. 

1835 — Richard Dobbs Spaight. Jr., of Craven. 

Governors Elected By the People. 

1837 — Edward B. Dudley, of New Hanover. 

1841— John M. Morehead. of Guilford. 

-845 — William A. Graham, of Orange. 

1849— Charles Manly of Wake. 

1851— David S. Beid, of Rockingham. 

1855 — Thomas Bragg, of Northampton. 

1858— John W. Ellis, of Rowan. 

1863 — Zebulon B. Vance, of Buncombe. 

1865 — Jonathan Worth, of Randolph. 

1S72— Tod R. Caldwell, of Burke. 

1877 — Zebulon B. Vance, of Buncombe. 

1885— Alfred M. Scales, of Guilford. 

1889 — Daniel Fowle. of Beaufort. 

1893— Elias Carr, of Edgecombe. 

1897 — Daniel Russell, of New Hanover. 

1901— Charles B. Aycock, of Wavne. 

1905— Robert B. Glenn, of Forsvth. 

1909— William W. Kitchin. of Person. 

1913 — Locke Craig, of Buncombe. 

1917 — Thomas W. Bickett. of Franklin. 

1921 — Cameron Morrison, of Mecklenburg. 

ProvisionaJ Governor. 
1866— William W. Holden, of Wake. 

Lieutenant Governors Who Became Governors. 

1854 — Warren Winslow, of Cumberland. 
1861 — Henry T. Clark, of Edgecombe. 
1870— Tod R. Caldwell, of Burke. 
1S74— Curtis H. Brodgen. of Wayne. 
1880 — Thomas J. Jarvis. of Pitt. 
1890 — Thomas M. Holt, of Alamance. 



POPULATION— 1910-1920 



143 



Population— 1910-1920 



Counties 1910 

Alamance 28,712 

Alexander 11.592 

Alleghany 7,745 

Anson 25,465 

Ashe 19,074 

Avery 

Beaufort 30,887 

Bertie 23,039 

Bladen 18,006 

Brunswick 14,432 

Buncombe 49,798 

Burke 21,408 

Cabarrus 26,240 

Caldwell .- 20,579 

Camden 5,640 

Carteret 13,776 

Caswell 14,858 

Catawba 27,918 

Chatham 22,635 

Cherokee 14,136 

Chowan 11,303 

Clay 3,909 

Cleveland 29,494 

Columbus 28,020 

Craven 25,594 

Cumberland 35,284 

Currituck 7,693 

Dare 4,841 

Davidson 29,404 

Duplin 25,442 

Durham 35,276 

Edgecombe 32,010 

Forsyth 47,311 

Franklin 24,692 

Gaston 37,063 

Gates 10,433 

Graham 4,749 

Granville 25,102 

Greene 13,083 

Guilford 60.497 

Halifax 37,646 

Harnett 22,174 

Haywood 21,020 

Henderson 16,262 

Hertford 15,436 

Hoke 

Hyde 8,840 

Iredell 34.315 

Jackson 12,998 

Johnston 41,401 

Jcnes 8,721 



1920 

32.718 
12.212 

7,403 
28,334 
21.001 
10,335 
31.024 
23,993 
19,761 
14,876 
64.148 
23.2y7 
33,730 
19.984 

5,382 
15,384 
15.759 
33,839 
23,814 
15,242 
10,649 

4.646 
34.272 
30,124 
29,048 
35,064 

7,268 

5.115 

35,201 
30,223 
42.219 
37,995 
77,269 
26,667 
51,242 
10,537 

4,872 
26,846 
16,212 
79 272 
43]766 
28,313 
23,496 
18,248 
16.294 
11,722 

8,386 
37,956 
13,396 
48.998 

9,912 



5 s 
f- ~- 

<* 

494 
297 
223 
551 
399 



819 
712 

1,013 
812 
624 
531 
387 
507 
218 
538 
396 
408 
785 
451 
161 
185 
485 
937 
685 

1,008 
273 
405 
563 
830 
284 
515 
369 
471 
359 
356 
302 
504 
258 
674 
681 
§96 
541 
362 
339 



596 
592 
494 

OSS 
403 



Counties 1910 

Lee 11,376 

Lenoir 22.769 

Lincoln 17.132 

McDowell 13,588 

Macon 12.191 

Madison 20.132 

Martin 17.797 

Mecklenburg 67.031 

Mitchell 17,245 

Montgomery 14,967 

Moore 17,010 

Nash 33,727 

New Hanover 32,037 

Northampton 22,323 

Onslow 14,125 

Orange 15,064 

Pamlico 9,966 

Pasquotank 16,693 

Pender 15,471 

Perquimans 11,054 

Person 17,356 

Pitt 36,340 

Pclk 7,640 

Randolph 29,491 

Richmond 19,673 

Robeson 51.945 

Rockingham 36,442 

Rowan 37,521 

Rutherford 28.3S3 

Sampson 29.982 

Scotland 15.363 

Stanly 19.909 

Stckes 20.151 

Surry 29,705 

Swain 10,403 

Transylvania 7,191 

Tjrrell 5,219 

Union 33.277 

Vance 19.425 

Wake 63.229 

Warren 20.266 

Washington 11,062 

Watauga 13,556 

Wayne 35,698 

Wilkes 30,282 

Wilson 28,269 

Yadkin 15,428 

Yancey 12.072 

Totals 2,206,287 





< s 








— — T 




~ /. _ 


1920 


69 - — 


13,400 




29.555 


430 


17,862 


298 


16,763 


437 


12,887 


531 


20.OS3 


431 


20,826 


I3S 


80,695 


590 


11,278 


362 


14,607 


489 


21,888 


798 


41,061 


58 1 


40.620 


199 


28,184 


523 


14,703 


645 


17,895 


386 


9.060 


358 


17,670 


231 


14,788 


883 


11,137 


251 


18,973 


386 


45.569 


641 


8.832 


258 


30.856 


793 


25.567 


466 


54,674 


1,043 


44.149 


573 


44.062 


483 


31,426 


547 


30.0112 


921 


15,600 


387 


27,4 29 


413 


20.575 


472 


82,464 


531 


13,224 


560 


9,303 


371 


4,849 


397 


36.029 


561 


22.799 


276 


75,155 


841 


21,598 


432 


11.129 


3;;i 


13.477 


330 


43,610 


597 


32,644 


718 


36.813 


392 


16.391 


334 


15,093 


302 



2,559,123 48.580 



United States Senators. 



17S9-1793- 

1793-1799- 

1789-1795- 

1795-1801- 

1799-1805 

1801-1807- 

1807-1813- 

1813-1814- 

1805-1816 

1814-1815- 

1815-1828 

1816-1823 

1816-1823- 

1828-1831 

1S29-1811- 

1831-1837- 
1S37-1841- 
1841-1847- 



-Samuel Johnston. 
■Alexander Martin. 
-Benjamin Hawkins. 
-Timothy Bloodworth. 
■Jesse Franklin. 
-David Stone. 
-Jesse Franklin. 
-David Stone. 
-James Turner. 
-Francis Loche. 

Nathaniel Macon. 

Montford Stokes. 
-John Branch, 

Tames tredell. 

B dford Brown. 
-W. P. Mangum. 

Robert Strange. 

w. P. Mangum. 



isn-isi3 - William ,\. Qraham. 

InK! IS 10— William H. lluvu 1 

1846-1855 George E. Badger. 

is is 1858 W P Mangum. 

1849 1851 Thomas Bragg. 

1854-1858 \ :> i 

1854-1859 l>. S. Beld, 

18 >' 1861 T i. Cllngman. 

1867-1871 Joseph C SJ bott 

1867 L87S John Pool 

■::: Matthew W it. 

1878-1879- A. S. Merrlmon 

1879 1894 Zebulon B Vance. 

1894 1895 Thoma • .1 Jarris. 

I! Jeter C Pritchard. 

101 Marl i Butler 

1901 19 15 r M Sin 

i 1927 Lee S Overman. 



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POPUIiATION NOKTH CAROLINA CITIES AND TOWNS— 1900-192(1 



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Population of North Carolina Cities and 
Towns— 1900-1920. 



1920 1910 

Abbottsburg 78 159 

Aberdeen 858 794 

Acme 183 

Advance 280 283 

Ahoskie 1.429 924 

Albemarle 2,691 2,116 

Alexander 118 

Almond 146 98 

Andrews 1,634 936 

Angier 475 221 

Ansonville 375 221 

Ap?x 926 681 

Archdale 178 145 

Arden 151 

Asheboro 2,559 1,865 

Asheville 28,504 18,762 

Atkinson 296 115 

Atlantic 524 

Aulander 803 543 

Aurora 524 440 

Autryville 351 77 

Avden 1.673 990 

Bailey 518 195 

Bakersville 416 

Banner Elk 162 

Bath 274 283 

Battleboro 309 211 

Bayboro 349 370 

Eeargrass 108 56 

Beaufort 2,968 2,483 

Belhaven 1,816 2,863 

Belmont 2,941 1,176 

Benson 1,123 800 

Bessemer City 2,176 1,529 

1'ethel 800 469 

Big Lick 282 162 

Biltmore 172 173 

Biscoe 755 e 97 

Black Crtek 274 219 

Black Mountain 531 311 

Bladenboro 459 276 

Blowing Rock 338 261 

Boardman 828 796 

Bolivia 199 

Bonsai 178 85 

Boone 374 179 

Booneville 162 282 

Bostic 206 209 

Brevard 1,658 919 

Bridgersville 50 

Bridgeton 548 348 

Broadway 250 149 

Brookford 709 725 

Bryson 882 612 

Buie 78 66 

Buies Creek 291 249 

Burlaw 1.040 956 

Burlington 5,952 4,808 

Burnsville 422 



1900 

" 559 

' ' '273 

302 

1,382 



349 
182 
137 
992 
14,694 



342 

314 

61 

557 

'"5ii 

'"466 
229 
292 

"2*,i95 

383 
145 
384 
1.100 
457 
132 
71 

"l9K 

200 

"'33i 

604 



155 

183 

97 

584 



417 



387 

3,692 

207 



1920 

Calypso 405 

Cameron 241 

Candor 267 

Canton 2,584 

Carrboro 1,129 

Carthage 962 

Cary 645 

Castalia 263 

Catawba 250 

Cerro Gordo 262 

Chadbourn 904 

Chapel Hill 1,483 

Charlotte 46,338 

Cherry 99 

Cherryville 1.8S4 

China Grove 1.027 

Chucowinity 

Claremont 435 

Clarendon 135 

Clarkton 368 

Clayton 1.423 

Cleveland 366 

Clinton 2.110 

Clyde 363 

Coats 526 

Colerain 215 

Collettsville 123 

Columbia 738 

Columbus 168 

Concord 9,903 

Conetoe 160 

Conover 681 

Contentnea 

Cornelius 1,141 

Council 92 

Cove City 258 

Creedmoor 392 

Creswell 393 

Cronly 

Crouse 209 

Cumberland 80 

Dallas 1,397 

Davidson 1,156 

Delco 210 

Denton 559 

Denver 243 

Dillsboro 528 

Dobson 368 

Dover 670 

Drexel 392 

Dudley 240 

Dunn 2,805 

Durham 21.719 

East Bend 508 

East Kings Mountain ... 

East Laurinburg 541 

East Lumberton 1,011 

East Spenrer 2.239 



1910 

"'259 

160 

1,393 

"'863 
383 
219 
222 

323 

1,242 

1,149 

34,014 

76 

1,153 

852 

127 

297 

147 

276 

1,441 

426 

1,101 

344 

160 

189 

80 

848 

122 

8,715 

158 

421 

246 

833 

74 

308 

324 

329 

289 

175 

300 

1,065 

1,056 

"326 

282 
277 
360 
737 

"'i64 

1,823 

18,241 

522 

383 

577 

881 

1.726 



1900 



218 
"230 

'"605 
333 
163 
169 
123 
243 
1,099 

18,091 

'i',008 
887 

' "ieo 



754 

198 
958 
244 

'"267 
57 
382 
334 
7,910 
132 
413 



224 
~78 



343 
514 

904 



199 
279 
327 



1.072 

6,679 

444 



POPULATION NORTH CAROLINA CITIES AND TOWNS 










1920 
2,777 


1910 
2,789 
171 
8,412 
117 
377 
886 
293 

200 

1,167 
81 
162 
165 
146 
248 
441 
730 
519 
352 

132 
816 

7.045 

1,592 
137 
189 
329 
379 
809 
951 
127 
284 
169 

5,759 
203 
154 

1,162 
308 
119 
102 
304 
126 

6.107 
240 

2,054 

381 

363 

15,895 

4,101 
291 
330 
209 
314 
452 

2,173 

205 

230 

140 

90 

162 

428 

4,503 

2,818 

1,841 

3.716 

9,525 

487 

267 

140 

857 

175 

261 

126 

204 

964 

443 

411 

591 

398 

154 

124 

107 

527 


1900 

3.U46 

99 

6,318 

144 

498 

860 

172 

638 

361 
93 
123 
122 
127 

328 
432 
308 

139 

262 
4,670 
1,090 

157 

171 
335 
761 
435 

269 
4,610 
200 
129 
521 
137 

514 
124 

5,877 

2,052 
277 

10,035 
2,565 
229 
ill 
174 
306 
493 
639 

205 
109 

3.746 
1.917 

1.382 
2.535 
4.163 

249 
109 
707 
184 
219 

139 

881 

445 

533 

86 

111 




192U 


1910 
S98 

O.l 
181 
799 
621 
111 
316 
270 
726 

1,128 
170 

2,218 

6.995 
212 

1.007 
437 
203 
207 

2.322 
568 

1.127 
151 
153 

3.364 
279 
262 

4,163 
474 
386 
3X0 

2,413 

1.152 
243 

1.775 
876 
266 
165 

2.230 
983 
186 
189 

1.033 
653 
664 
220 
408 
52 

107 
1.516 
225 
3111 
B02 
499 
396 
141 

1.321 

874 

845 

693 

88 

74 

117 

467 

119 

86 

194 

1.063 

100 

1,082 

25 1 
198 

3.100 

2.089 

2.712 

LSI 

201 

198 
3,844 

723 
526 

l.o71 


1000 
2.1", 

23<l 

<; i i 

127 

167 
271 
260 

o;>_' 

is 1 

2.062 

4,106 

168 

853 

121 

108 

1.331 

100 

126 

1,290 

163 
1.231 
30 1 
213 
65 
828 

1,178 

290 

230 
181 
si:. 
1,144 
112 
157 
813 
•!.->! 
614 
170 
312 

123 
1.116 
111 
280 
337 
349 
378 

935 

90 1 
98 

21s 

61 
169 

192 

715 

2,127 
210 
Ml 

1,878 

1 .11 2 s 
100 

117 

39 . 

6:r 




153 




389 


Elizabeth City 


8,925 
335 




196 

886 


Elk Park 

Elkin 


1,195 




7s; 




383 




s7 




473 




2 3 




653 
248 




302 




827 


Enri'ld 


1,648 




1 219 








113 




2 800 

... 9.771 


Hobgood *. 


336 
230 


Kittrell 


223 




139 




1 399 


Fair Bluff 


397 




972 




1,000 




196 
262 




477 


Faith 


348 




2 643 




200 




774 




198 


Leaksville 

Leechville 


1.606 

.. 5.71S 




1,780 




8,877 




2,312 
243 




421 




244 


Four Oaks 


583 
773 




.. 5,254 




636 




1,058 


Lil sville 


440 
"33 




1,294 


Fuquay Springs . . . 


555 
376 




.. 3,390 




191 




263 




760 




12,871 




755 
1 954 








132 




1,154 


Gibsonville 


1,385 
346 




516 




202 




132 




.. 2,691 




90 




.. 1,162 


Gold Hill 

Gold Point 


261 
130 


McFarland 


219 
149 




11,296 
239 




.. 1.247 




694 




2,366 




1 266 




1,101 




141 


Granite Quarry .... 


466 




394 




19,861 




M 




... 5,772 




166 


Grifton 


.... 375 




117 




463 




.. 1,784 




296 








299 


Mars Hill 


.10 1 




474 




748 
828 




3,659 




175 




310 




131 




61 




85 




1.397 




257 




1.886 
536 




141 




484 




.. 1,3 11 




5,222 




118 

183 




3 720 


Hertford 


1 704 




101 




14 303 




697 


Milton 


375 




1,062 




84 
.. 1.146 




504 




172 


Hillsboro 


1 180 




1 36 




385 




1.084 




333 




228 


Hollyville 


107 
294 




.. 4,815 


Hope Mills . 


783 


Viorehead City 


2,958 

. . 2 




495 




403 




1 66 




833 




s:t 




447 




63 1 


Indian Trail 


224 


Mount Airy 

Mount Holly 

Mount Olive 


1,752 

975 

. . L.160 

2. -'■'' 




QO*J 




579 











10- 



146 



POPULATION NORTH CAROLINA CITIES AND TOWNS— 1900-1920 



Mountain Island 


1920 
770 

602 


1910 
753 
347 
809 
977 
750 
160 
95 

312 

9.961 
321 

2,316 
73 

1,902 
928 

251 
57 

778 

94 

645 

214 

3.018 

154 

94 

324 

67 

219 

272 

86 

232 

628 

258 

62 

210 

652 

394 

92 

211 

688 

58 

502 

2,165 

287 

227 

"75 

354 

627 

580 

19,218 

1,022 

1,950 

1,089 

4.828 

1,179 

370 

367 

210 

445 

147 

1,670 

122 

422 

616 

2,855 

249 

8.051 

480 

170 

819 

364 

183 

142 

787 

1.425 

491 

437 

229 

1,062 

419 

5,533 

7,153 

235 

2 282 

"'136 


1900 

444 
450 
657 


Murphy 


.. 1.314 


604 




939 


479 


Nebo 


243 




New Hill 


289 




New Bern 


228 
.. 12,198 


299 

9,090 


Newport 


404 


328 




. . 3 021 


1 583 


Newton Grove 


125 
2,363 

.. 1,221 


75 
918 
663 


Oakboro 


282 




Oak City 

Oakley 


397 
49 


115 


Old Fort 


931 


253 


Ore Hill 








607 


300 




86 




Oxford 


. . 3,606 


2,059 


Pactolus 


210 


52 


Palmyra 


103 


131 


Pantego 


335 


253 


Parkton 


76 

382 


r 7 


Parmele 


355 


336 




183 




Peachland 


196 


156 


Pee Dea 








329 




Tikeville 


333 


86 

168 


Pine Level 

Pine Bluff 

Pinetops 


707 
373 
165 

465 


710 
266 




689 


585 


Pink Hill 


166 




I'lttsboro 


584 
. . 1,847 


424 




1 011 


Polkton 


575 


276 




339 


198 




157 


44 




403 


281 




562 


552 


Raeford 


. . 1,235 




Raleigh 


. . 27 076 


13,643 
769 




. . 1,014 


Randleman 


.. 1.967 


2 190 


Red Springs 


. . 1.018 


«S 




. . 5 333 


3 262 




292 
835 


133 


Rich Square 


475 


232 


Richfield 


177 


73 




548 


160 






98 


Roanoke Rapids 


3.369 
119 


1,009 


Roberdel 


476 






. . 1,199 


275 




.. 2.509 


1 507 


Rockwell 


453 






12,742 
833 


2,937 
605 
155 




. . 1,043 




Rose Hill 


516 






749 


63 




527 






767 


357 




3,214 


1,021 


Roxobel 


.. 2.207 


•707 


Bewail Cotton Mills . 


442 

275 

. . 1.693 


880 


St. Pauls 


.. 1,147 








3,642 




. . 13,884 


6.277 


Saluda 

Panford 

Saratoga 


549 
2.977 


211 

1,044 
123 



1920 

Scotland Neck 2,061 

Seaboard 

S-lma 1,601 

Shallotte 174 

Sharpsburg 334 

Shelby 3,609 

Shelmerdrne 93 

Shore 

Siler City 1,253 

Smithfleld 1,895 

Snow Hill 700 

Spruce Pine 717 

South Biltmore 245 

South Mills 373 

South Wadesboro 293 

Southern Pines 743 

Southport 1,664 

Sparta 159 

Spencer 2,510 

Spring Hope 1,221 

Stanley Creek 584 

Stantonsburg 424 

Star 467 

Statesville 7,895 

Stedraan 121 

Stem 245 

Stokes 138 

Stokesdale 179 

Stoneville 472 

Stonewall 218 

Stouts 

Stovall 414 

Swan Quarter 184 

Swansboro 420 

Sylva 863 

Tabor 782 

Tarboro 4,568 

Tavlorsville 1,122 

Teacheys 164 

Thomasville 5,676 

Tillery 

Todd 82 

Toisnot 

T&wnsville 206 

Trenton 488 

Trinity 400 

Troutman 342 

Troy 1.102 

Tryon 1,067 

Tunis 142 

Union 147 

Union Mills 156 

Vanceboro 540 

Vandemere 308 

Vass 467 

Vaughan 273 

Waco 1S9 

Wade 190 

Wadesboro 2.648 

Wagram 174 

Wake Forest 1,425 

Wr'eefleld 

Wallace 648 

Walnut 

Walnut Cove 651 

Walstonburg 158 

Warrenton 927 

Warsaw 1.108 

Washington 6,166 

Watha 181 

VYaxhaw 750 

Waynesville 1,942 

Weaverville 606 

Webster 74 

Weldon 1,861 

Wendell 1,239 

West Hickory 1,266 

West Jefferson 462 

W est Lumberton 

Westray 48 

Whitakers 723 

Whitehall 164 

Whiteville 1,664 

Whittier 261 



1910 

1,726 
280 

1,331 
139 
121 

3,127 
315 
308 
895 

1,347 
450 

"238 
390 
202 
542 

1,484 
199 

1,915 

1,246 
321 
204 
239 

4,599 



79 
159 
404 
161 
82 
305 
185 
390 
698 
418 

4,129 
662 
154 

3,877 
269 

'596 

' "331 

332 
230 
1,055 
700 
43 
139 
155 
392 
296 
273 
420 
185 

'2. 376 

'l"443 
287 
444 
215 
480 
127 
807 
723 

6.211 
169 
602 

2,008 
442 
227 

1,999 
759 
846 

231 

46 

755 

179 

1,368 

216 



1900 

1,348 

287 
816 
149 

'i',874 



440 
764 
405 

"'3i2 

"is-i 

517 

1,336 

501 

"'666 
441 

"'2ii 

3.141 



168 



265 
281 

'2]499 
413 

' "751 

258 

"'560 

'"33S 
274 

"'878 
324 

"i76 

"'Ml' 
169 



160 
'l"546 
"'823 

i\2 

218 

"'33G 

"'S3G 

576 

4.842 

"'752 

1,307 

329 

1,433 
213 



38S 
114 
643 



M MIIER OF MEN FROM EACH STATE WTIo SERVED IX TIIIO WORLD W'AK 117 

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1920 1910 

Wilkesboro 814 799 

Willianks 45 

Williaraston 1.800 1,574 

Wilmington 33.372 25.748 

Wilson 10,612 6,717 

Windsor 1,210 68 1 

Winfall 288 289 

Wingate 470 353 

Winston-Salem 48,395 17,167 

Winterville 650 1 s 1 

Winton 489 624 



1900 

635 

46 

912 

20,976 

3,525 

597 

222 

io',6o8 

243 
688 



1920 1910 1000 



Woodland 

Woodleaf 

Woodville 

Worthville 

WrightsVillfl Beach 
Yadkin College . . . 

Y'adkinville 

Yanei lyville 

Youngsville 

Zebulon 



inn 



381 

397 

20 

254 

445 



370 
953 



312 

1-7 

393 
54 

130 
432 
338 
431 
4S3 



._, |2 



167 

22 

2111 

292 



345 



Number of Men From Each State Who 
Served in the World War 



State 
Alabama 
Arizona 
Arkansas 
California 
Colorado 
Connecticut 
Delaware . . 
Dist of Col. 
Florida 



Army Navy (x) Mar. Total 

86,493 4,956 592 92,041 

12,145 1,593 283 14.1121 

70,691 4,748 452 75,891 

130,320 27.248 3,969' 161,546 

39,829 5,242 1,441 46,512 

57,981 12,101 179 70,567 

8,662 1,092 121 9,878 

18. 156 5,859 1.002 25,317 

38,610 5.442 211 14.293 

Georgia 99,029 8,266 1,172 108,467 

Idaho 22,026 2,143 853 25.022 

Illinois 290,863 39,049 6.963 336,875 

Indiana 123,450 12,576 1.780 137,815 

IOwa 114,437 10,796 1,058 1211.201 

Kansas 73,178 8,230. 1,219 82,927 

Kentucky ... S6.928 8,607 1,16 1 00.000 

Louisiana ... 76,438 7,250 98fi B4.67J 

Maine 28,076 5,407 116 

Maryland ... 54,409 9,100 1,268 64,876 

Mass 153,615 45,33" 2,70 1 201,748 

Michigan .., 150.005 10.7!"' 3.1ns 170.so:i 

Minnesota ... 111.830 11,052 2,855 128,737 

Connecticut . 57.3X4 12,101 170 6 I 

Mississippi .. 02.850 4,898 558 68,315 

Missouri ... 118,011 18.10 1 3,867 170,975 

Montana 42.050 2,000 1,30" 16,139 

Nebraska 55,369 0.27 1 601 62,244 

\e ada 5,920 288 122 0.3:01 

X t 121,881 24,360 2,263 1.48,504 

N M 14,409 1,53 1 02 16,005 

New York ... 426,153 77.5:! 1 8,790 512.177 

N C 81,577 7,312 021 92,510 

N D 29,905 1,720 353 31,987 

Ohio 232.011 I7.nn 6,391 255,803 

Oklahoma ... 92,848 r,032 ":: _ . 100,515 

Oregon 34,807 6,685 1,480 13,032 

Penna 315, nil 38,784 6,366 890,25] 



Rhode Island 

s. c 

S. D 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 
Virginia . . . 

Wash 

\V. Va 

Wis 

Wyoming 

Alaska 

Guam 

Hawaii 

Porto Rico 

Samoa 

P. 1 

Miseel 



19,544 
61,943 
34,388 
B7.842 

186,567 
20,110 
10,838 
84,621 
52.322 
l i, i98 

113.701 

13. ion 

2,437 

6,529 
19,153 

265 



7,'. i 
5,297 

2.H25 

1,994 

L.668 

12,353 

12,092 

3,298 

13,691 

""7 

100 

2 18 

90 
1,785 

2.177 



158 
276 

3.100 

B85 

73 

1,039 

830 
1.111 



27,256 
67,51* 

208, 28§ 
22,989 

12.570 

1 1.1"" 
2,537 

21< 

10.57" 
90 

2.177 



Total ...'. .1. 

i\i \,,t Including Naval Ri 
who are not classified bj States Tie 
Naval Reserve offici i • who i rved 
which brin 



Population Growth in 
United States 

1800 

[850 23.10 1 

I 7- 

| 92,174 

m: n lQ5.Tin.< 



148 NO. OF MEN FROM BACH STATE WHO LOST THEIR LIVES IN WORLD WAR 



Number of Men From Each State Who Lost 
Their Lives in the World War 



State 



Army Navy 



Alabama 2.327 93 

Arizona 288 18 

Arkansas 1,680 68 

California 2,964 324 

Colorado 989 60 

Connecticut 1,804 140 

Delaware 160 19 

Dist. of Columbia . . 408 83 

Florida 1.140 83 

Georgia . ". 2,855 86 

Idaho 619 17 

Illinois 6.518 470 

Indiana 2.601 193 

Iowa 3,311 158 

Kansas 2,257 137 

Kentucky 2,415 150 

Louisiana 2,174 109 

Maine 863 90 

Maryland 1,536 134 

Massachusetts 4.133 519 

Michigan 4.063 243 

Minnesota 3.281 141 

Mississippi 1,613 96 

Missouri 4,002 273 

Montana 1,413 25 



Mar. 

26 

6 

16 

116 

47 

15 

4 

19 

6 

68 

25 

320 

69 

41 

51 

70 

43 

3 

51 

130 

180 

132 

26 

160 

26 



Total 
2,446 

312 
1,764 
3,401 
1.096 
1,959 

183 

510 
1,229 
3,009 

661 
7,308 
2.863 
3,510 
2.445 
2.635 
2,326 

956 
1.721 
4.782 
4,486 
3.554 
1.735 
4,435 
1,464 



I Nebraska 1,512 

| Nevada 162 

] New Hampshire .... 558 

New Jersey 3,389 

I New Mexico 400 

New York 12,244 

North Carolina 2,505 

North Dakota 1,200 

Ohio 6,173 

Oklahoma 2,540 

Oregon 850 

Pennsylvania 10,324 

Rhode Island 499 

South Carolina 2,029 

South Dakota 1,044 

Tennessee 2,747 

Texas 4,739 

Utah 504 

Vermont 497 

Virginia 2,462 

Washington 1,366 

West Virginia 1,697 

Wisconsin 3,697 

Wyoming 405 

Miscellaneous 376 



84 

5 

41 

256 
7 

904 

107 
33 

230 
81 
70 

429 
97 
86 
26 

112 

259 
30 
29 

214 

108 
43 

178 
13 

127 



32 

3 

ID 

96 

3 

346 
33 
19 

184 
19 
48 

231 

5 

10 

13 

73 

121 
41 
1 
47 
82 
34 



1,628 

170 

609 

3,741 

410 

13,494 

2,645 

1,252 

6,687 

2,6a 

968 

11,054 

601 

2.125 

1,083 

2,932 

5.119 

575 

527 

2,723 

1,556 

1.774 

3,943 

422 

503 



I Total 119,333 7.367 3.279 129,979 



Number of Cars Registered By Counties For 
Registration Year Ending June 30, 1922 



There were 155.834 cars 
registered in North Carolina 
by the Secretary of State for 
the registration year ending 
June 30. 1922. The State 
collected during same period. 
$3,101,116.95 automobile and 
gasoline tax. 

No. 
Counties Cars 

Alamance 2,380 

Alexander 644 

Alleghany 158 

Anson 1,406 

Ashe 218 

Avery 200 

Beaufort 1,743 

Bertie 1,294 

Bladen 63 1 

Brunswick 238 

Buncombe 3,911 

Burke 664 

Ca' arrus 2,337 



Caldwell 

Camden 

Carteret 

Caswell 

Catawba 



802 
178 
347 
921 
2,416 



Chatham 1,159 

Cherokee 218 

Chowan 545 

Clay 46 

Cleveland 2,288 

Columbus 1,060 

Craven 1.456 

Cumberland 1,931 

Currituck 387 





90 




3.327 




812 




1,565 




2,960 




. . . 2.871 




6,098 




1.277 

3,683 




398 




18 




1,590 




1,138 


Halifax 


1,971 




1,800 


Haywood 


763 

847 


Hertford 


792 


Hoke 


713 


Hyde 


218 




1 58 




3,020 




406 




822 




. 5.158 


Lincoln 


1,416 

411 




168 




337 




1,386 




7,040 


Mitchell 


34 




921 




1,802 


Nash 


2.191 



New Hanover 2,930 

Northampton 1,000 

Onslow 485 

Orange 1,080 

Pamlico 258 

Pasquotank 1.140 

Pender 500 

Perquimans 519 

Person 1,021 

Pitt 3,521 

Polk 188 

Randolph 2,317 

Richmond 1.722 

Robeson 2.960 

Rockingham 3,703 

Rowan 3,861 

Rutherford 1.446 

Sampson 1,822 

Scotland 1.386 

Stanly 1,693 

Stokes 1.436 

Surry 1,905 

Swain 139 

Tran9ylvania 288 

Tyrrell 200 

Union 1,829 

Vance 1,545 

Wake 5,581 

Warren 941 

Washington 564 

Watauga 286 

Wayne 2.773 

Wilkes 921 

Wilson 3.218 

Vadkin 960 

Yancey 4 

Non-Resident 545 



PROPERTY VAXES FOR 1920 AND 1921 



149 



Comparative Figures For Property Values 
For 1920- , 21, and Income of Counties 



1920 Values 



Counties — 

Alamance $ 

Alexander 

Alleghany 

Anson 

Ashe 

Avery 

Beaufort 

Bertie 

Bladen 

Brunswick 

Buncombe 

Burke 

Cabarrus 

Caldwell 

Camden 

Carteret 

Caswell 

Catawba 

Chatham 

Cherokee 

Chowan 

Clay 

Cleveland 

Columbus 

Craven 

Cumberland 

Currituck 

Dare 

Davidson 

Davie 

Duplin 

Durham 

Edgecombe 

Forsyth 

Franklin 

G aston , 

Gates 

Graham 

Granville 

Greene 

Guilford 

Halifax 

Harnett 

Haywood 

Henderson 

Hertford 

Hoke 

Hyde 

Iredell 

Jackson 

Johnston 

Jones 

Lee 

Lenoir 

Lincoln 

Macon 

Madison 

Martin 

McDowell .' 

Mecklenburg 

Mitchell 

Montgomery 

Moore 

Nash 

New Hanover 

Northampton 

Onslow 

Orange 

Pamlico 

Pasquotank ■ 

Pender 

Perquimans 



1921 Values 



38,585,564 $ 33,076.623 



10,006,728 

6,880,982 

27.764.994 

17.731,331 

6.280,504 

40.880,949 

20.804,864 

17.146,224 

11,425.583 

86.246.280 

19,655.619 

49.473.505 

18.428,215 

4,795,744 

14,890.402 

13.322,159 

40,954,920 

19.462.733 

9.152.121 

10_.610.469 

2,857,119 

42.752.747 

27.3727979 

42,197,970 

32,284,822 

6.074,106 

2.887.528 

46,975.701 

14,850,386 

33.698,352 

1227729.157 

48,988.008 

147,721,233 

24,'305,771 

82,575.749 

8,9307094 

10.156.637 

25.544.441 

20.268,882 

1277832.767 

53.632.178 

21,822,280 

25.661.356 

147912.028 

15.481,014 

14_.712.331 

14.3457875 

45.159.184 

12.755.596 

62.776,640 

11,635.820 

14.338,819 

47.u27.816 

10.250,057 

7,211,285 

14,542.725 

25.383.290 

21,557.312 

145.017,688 

11.022.725 

10.351.541 

24,070,719 

51,256,489 

56, 109,798 

20,848.478 

15,516,408 

18,550,247 

7,797.878 

21.031.1 15 

137862.0 12 

8,979,810 



7.934,469 

6,620,750 
22.438,708 
12.914,464 

6.032,949 
30.238,601 
15.627.207 
14,639.386 
10.012,251 
92,550.421 
15,000,000 
41,536,608 
17,865,749 

3,825,864 
13,619,389 
10.250,000 
33,098,845 
14,790.147 

8,497,302 
10,562,921 

2,750,000 
34,978.562 
21.610.488 
30.391,368 
30,290.654 

5,518.659 

1.145,234 
32,313.701 
12.486,651 
28.486.651 
82.582.127 
33.446,145 
141,899.429 
16,487.226 
69.447,734 

7,510,687 

5.505.497 
22 274 322 
14io22_160 
136.642,953 
387052.237 
23,586.265 
20.108,592 
16.437.7S1 
11,139,135 
10,661,195 

7.863. 508 
43.429,929 
10,283,797 
42 272 227 

7|07o!278 

111.902,0111 

82,080,850 

15.642,942 

8.584.421 

111. 533. 360 
17. 11''.. 713 
19,168,007 
123,164.486 
in. 199.989 
15.851,855 
lil.H77.7iil 
31.8117.403 
58,858,088 
15,060.528 
11,708/481 
15,518.244 
5,498.919 

.:(.'.:. 

10,901, 281 
8,096,1 1 1 



Total Tax 
1921 

i 3H2.795 
115.936 

33.439 
227.211 
132,905 

96.875 
318.304 
173,312 
179.973 
113.119 
917.550 
200,000 
386.435 
185.874 

M.<2! 
158,687 
150.000 
342.959 
201.059 
150,722 

94.219 

50,000 
295.952 
241.236 
318,435 
338.319 

61.461 

27,563 
380.736 
129.578 
258.995 
757.042 
418.802 
802.309 
169,935 
707.085 

76.336 

53.759 
288.769 
183,514 
899,738 
560.164 
286,204 
158.192 
219,577 
142.172 
108.340 

93.375 

303.:. i:< 

120. I'll 
870.059 

90.1179 



355. ."i"9 

196.509 
75.080 

1S2.112 
1S7.972 
210.835 
1,050.889 
111.654 
182.199 
l'., 389 
518.091 

715.55< 

178,938 
i 18.987 
178,690 
00,484 
211,488 
1 12,965 



L50 iJiixi) issrEs r,v the state of north Carolina 

: r-r- r^ ' '—* - 

1920 Values 
Counties — 

Persons ! 17,47^,245 

Pitt 56,887,294 

Polfe 9,314,123 

Randolph 27,625,345 

Richmond 31,325,804 

Robeson 71,385,618 

Rockingham 78,263.364 

Rowan 54,078?21S 

Rutherford 34,409,968 

Sampson 34,694,412 

Scotland 31,535,992 

Stanly 39,731,421 

Stokes 16,437,947 

Surry 30,097,416 

Swain 13,244,303 

Transylvania 8,640,623 

Tyrrell 4,513.819 

Union 34,403,408 

Vance 30,037,293 

Wake 87,122,735 

Warren 19,826,798 

Washington 11,918,212 

Watauga 11,542,401 

Wayne 70,378^520 

Wilkes 18,673,026 

Wilson 63,950,110 

Yadkin 12,503,324 

Yancey 10,S21,649 



Totals. 



1921 Values. 

■ • 


Total Tax 


1921 


16,705,744 


165,777 


52,284,434 


539,747 


6,932,087 


53,668 


19,700,000 


195,000 


30,581.796 


232,827 


43.92S.678 


426,991 


43.131,220 


533,239 


49,571,987 


451,377 


28.862.118 


263,816 


23,597,665 


304.583 


21,601,282 


176,045 


30,052,890 


319,361 


13,000,074 


189,538 


25,325,576 


311,975 


12,570,752 


159,482 


8,521,775 


113,644 


4,050,974 


49.146 


25,923.615 


298,255 


22,622,583 


287,659 


83,474.394 


S42.362 


15,556,071 


207,061 


9,688,597 


145,917 


8,349,211 


66,300 


50,450.386 


662,441 


15.186,890 


222 232 


48,947,084 


495,753 


9,616,850 


102,056 


10,283,249 


112,310 


2,575,230,000 


$26,326,399 



Bond Issues By the State of North Carolina 

4% State Hospitals, dated July 1909, due July 1949 $ 500,000.00 

4% Refunding, dated July 1910, due July 1950 3,430,000-00 

4% School for Feeble Minded, dated July 1911, due July 

1951 . , 60,000.00 

4% Refunding-, dated January 1913, due January 1953.... 550,000.00 

4% Improvement, dated July 1913, due July 1953 1,142,500.00 

4% Ed. and Char. Institutional Improvement, Serial, 

Dated 1917, due 1923 ? 100,000.00 

Dated 1917, due 1924 100,000.00 

Dated 1917, due 1925 100,000.00 

Dated 1917, due 1926 100,000.00 

Dated 1917, due 1927 100,000.00 

Dated 1917, due 1927 100,000.00 

Dated 1918, due 1928 100,000.00 

Dated 1918, due 1929 100,000.00 

Dated 1918, due 1930 98.000.0 i 

Dated 1918, due 1931 100,000.00 

Dated 1918, due 1932 100,000.00 

Dated 1919, due 1933 100,000.00 

Dated 1919, due 1934 100,000.00 

Dated 1919, due 1935 100,000.00 

Dated 1919, due 1936 100,000.00 

Dated 1919, due 1937 • 96,500.00 

Dated 1920, due 1938 74,000.00 

1,568,500.00 

4% Caswell Training School, dated Julv 1917, due July 

1927 75,000.00 

4% Training School for Girls and Women, dated July 

1917, due July 1927 25,01)0.00 

Total $ 7,350,000.00 

iVz% Special Building, serial. 

Dated Jan. 1922, due Jan. 1927 $ 165,000.00 

Dated Jan. 1922, due Jan. 192S 165,000.00 



BOND ISSUES BY THE STATE OF NORTH* CAROLINA 151 



Dated Jan. 1922, due Jan. 1929 165,000.00 

Dated Jan. 1922, due Jan. 1930 165,000.00 

Dated Jan. 1922, due Jan. 1931 165,000.00 

Dated Jan. 1922, due Jan. 1932 165,000.00 

Dated Jan. 1922, due Jan. 1933 165,o60\M) 

Dated Jan. 1922, due Jan. 1934 165,000.00 

Dated Jan. 1922, due Jan. 1935 165,000.00 

Dated Jan. 1922, due Jan. 1936 165, 000. no 

Dated Jan. 1922, due Jan. 1937 165.000.00 

Dated Jan. 1922, due Jan. 1938 165,000.00 

Dated Jan. 1922, due Jan. 1939 165,000.00 

Dated Jan. 1922, due Jan. 1940 165,000.00 

Dated Jan. 1922, due Jan. 1941 .... 165,000.00 

Dated Jan. 1922, due Jan. 1942 165,000.00 

Dated Jan. 1922, due Jan. 1943 165,000.00 

Dated Jan. 1922, due Jan. 1944 165. .00 

Dated Jan. 1922, due Jan. 1945 165,000.00 

Dated Jan. 1922, due Jan. 1946 165,000.00 

3,300,000.00 

4%% Highway Construction, Serial, 

Dated July 1, 1921, due $200,000 annually, $6,000,000.00 
Dated Jan. 1, 1922, due $300,000 annually, 9,000,000.00 

15,000,000.00 

5% Highway Construction, Serial, 

Dated July 1921, due July 1931 $ 12,600.00 

Dated July 1921, due July 1941 15,000.00 

Dated July 1921, due July 1951 25,000.00 

Dated July 1921, due July 1961 4,500,000.00 

4,552,600.00 

4% Administrative Bldg., dated July 1911, due July 

1951 250,000.00 

5% Funding, 

Dated Feb. 1922, due Feb. 1937 $ 750,000.00 

Dated Feb. 15, 1922, due Feb. 1942 750,000.00 

Dated Feb. 15, 1922, due Feb. 1947 1,500,000.00 

Dated Feb. 15, 1922, due Feb. 1952 1,500,000.00 

4,500,000.00 

5% Ed. and Char. Inst., dated July 1921, due July 1961 ... 3,372,000.00 

$38,325,600.00 

NOTES OUTSTANDING DECEMBER 4, 19^2 

5.90% State Public School Fund Notes, dated Jan. 15. 

1922, due Jan. 15, 1924 $ 710,000.00 

4% Funding Notes, dated October 1, 1922, $1,000,000.00 
due July 1, 1923; $4,000,000.00 due October 1, 1923. 
(Issue to refund $5,000,000.00 5.95% Notes) 5,000,000.00 

Citizens National Bank, Raleigh, N. C, Note dated Oct. 18, 
1922, due Jan. 18, 1923, (For money borrowed in an- 
ticipation of the $1,4000,000.00 appropriation for school 
taxes) 100,000.00 

Citizens National Bank, Raleigh, N. C. Note dated Oct. 
18, 1922, due Jan. 18, 1923. (For Money borrowed in 
anticipation of the $1,400,000.00 appropriation for 
school taxes) 100,000.00 

Citizens National Bank, Raleigh, N. C. Note dated Aug. LB, 
1922, due Feb. 15, 1923. (Note of Supt. of Public In- 
struction for printing, above appropriation) 5,71 I 00 

Citizens National Bank, Raleigh, N. C. Note dated June 
21, 1922, due March 21, 1923. (Note of Caswell Train- 
ing school) i98 08 



$ 6,991.:: i L' us 



132 



THE NORTH CAROLINA NATIONAL (HARD 



The North Carolina National Guard 



I20TH INFANTRY 

Colonel Commanding, Don E. Scott, Gra- 
ham. 

Lieut. -Colonel John H. Manning, Raleigh. 

Major Commanding, 1st Bn., J. W. Jenkins, 
Henderson. 

Major Commanding, 2nd Bn., John B. 
Mayes, Jr., Oxford. 

Major Commanding, 3rd Bn., Graham K. 
Hobhs, Wilmington. 

Major M. G. Officer, Ralph R. Faison, 
Greensboro. 

Capt., Adjutant, C. A. Gosney, Raleigh. 

Capt. , Intelligent Officer, H. Sprague Silver, 
Raleigh. 

Capt., Supply Officer, James H. Mobley, 
Reidsville. 

Capt., Chaplain, Theodore Partrick, Ply- 
mouth. 

Hq. Co., Reidsville, Capt. Allen H. Gwyn, 
Commanding. 

Service Co., Raleigh, Capt. A. L. Fletcher, 
Commanding. 

Howitzer Co., Gastonia, Capt. S. B. Dalley, 
Commanding. 

1st. Bn. Ha. Co., Oxford, Lieut. E. E. 
Fuller, Commanding. 

Co. A, Burlington, Capt. W. V. Copeland, 
Commanding. 

Co. B, Warrenton, Capt. John Rodgers, 
Commanding. 

Co. C, Henderson, Capt. James C. Cooper, 
Commanding. 

Co. D, Durham, Capt. M. B. Fowler, Com- 
manding. 

2nd Bn. Hq. Co., Greensboro, Lieut. Dewitt 
Reynolds, Commanding. 

Co. E, Concord, Capt. Kenneth E. Cald- 
well, Commanding. 

Co. F, Charlotte, Capt. Melvin E. Cald- 
well, Commanding. 

Co. G, Winston-Salem, Capt. H. S. Beck, 
Commanding. 

Co. H, Waynesville, Capt. W. F. Swift, 
Commanding. 

3rd Bn. Hq. Co., Wilmington, Lieutenant 
Charles H. Burnett, Commanding. 

Co. I, Plymouth, Capt. Ben A. Sumner, 
Commanding. 

Co. K, Mt. Gilead, Capt. J. J. Carroll, 
Commanding. 

Co. L, Parkton, Capt. J. B. Malloy, Com- 
manding. 

Co. M, Wilson, Capt. James C. Dempsey, 
Commanding. 

Med. Det, Graham, Capt. J. N. Taylor, 
Commanding. 

II7TH FIELD ARTILLERY 

Capt. Godfrey Cheshire, Raleigh, Adjutant. 

Lieut. J. G. Ashe, Raleigh. Int. Plans and 
Training Officer. 

Lieut. J. B. Thorp, Greensboro, Supply 
Officer. 

l?t. Bn. Hq. Det. and Com. Tn., Toungs- 
ville, Capt. R. E. Underwood, Commanding. 

Battery A, Goldsboro, Capt. E. R. Michaux, 
Commanding. 

1 attery B. Louisburg, Capt. Hugh W. Perry, 
Commanding. 

Battery C, Hendersonville, Capt. Thos. J. 
Hyder, Commanding. 

Battery D, New Bern, Capt. A. T. Willis. 
Commanding. 

Med. Det . Goldsnoro, Capt. A. J. Elling- 
ton, Commandin". 



2D SQ. I09TH CAVALRY 

Major Wade V. Bowman, Hickory, Com- 
manding. 

Sq. Hdqrs, Det., Hickory, Lieut. J. L. 
Murphy, Jr., Commanding. 

Troop E, Lincolntou, Capt. A. S. Lineber- 
ger. Commanding. 

Troop F, Asheville, Capt. E. F. Jones, Com- 
manding. 

Troop G, Hickory, Capt. Earl T. Edwards, 
Commanding. 

Med. Det., Lincolnton, Capt. B. M. Brad- 
ford, Commanding. 

Sep. Troop D, Andrews, Capt. F. W. Swan, 
Commanding. 

SEPARATE UNITS 

Veterninary Co., No. 105, Asheville, Capt. 
E. L. Shuford, "Commanding. 

Co. A, 105th Engrs., North Wilkesboro. 
Capt. E. P. Robinson, Commanding. 

421st Co., C. A C, Wilmington, Capt. 
R. S. McClelland, Commanding. 

30th Sig. Co., Canton, Capt. W. V. Dor- 
sey. Commanding. 

Co. G, 200th Art, A. A., Raeford, Capt. 
R. B. Lewis, Jr., Commanding. 

115th Arab. Co.. Edenton, 'Capt. M. P. 
Whiehard, Commanding. 

Q. M. Corps, Raleigh, Lieut. Charles Bar- 
den, Commanding. 



Eclipses of Sun and 
Moon, 1923 

The year 1923 is notable for a total eclipse 
of the sun, September 10, the first since 1918 
to be visible in the United States and the last 
until 1925. The path of total obscuration will 
be 105 miles wide and the central line will pass 
among the islands off the southern coast ot 
California. The northern limit of totality 
will lie one mile to the northeast of Santa 
Barbara, twenty-five miles to the southwest 
of Los Angeles, ten miles to the southwest 
of Long Beach, and seventeen miles to the 
northeast of San Diego. California is the 
only State in which the total phase will be 
visible. 

Eclipse begins at Raleigh (Eastern Time), 
at 3:42 p. m. 

A small partial eclipse of the moon on the 
night of March 2, visible in the United States, 
beginning at 9:28 p. m., and ending at 11:36 
p. m.. Eastern standard time. Visible gen 
erally in Europe, the Atlantic Ocean and in 
North and South America. 

A small partial eclipse of the moon visible 
in the United States the morning of August 
26, beginning at 4:52 a. m., and ending at 
6:27 a. m. . Eastern standard time; the moon 
setting eclipsed in the Eastern States. Visible 
generally in North America, the Pacific 
Ocean and Australia. 



Secretaries of The Navy. 

North Carolina has furnished only five Cab- 
inet officers, and each of tn; five were Secretary 
of the Navy They were: 

John Branch — Appointed March 9. 1829. 

Geo. E. Badger — Appointed March 5. 1841. 

W. A. Graham — Appointed July 20. 1850 

J. C. Dobbin — Appointed March 5. 1853. 

Jo^ephns Daniels — Appointed March 5. 1913. 



SOME OUTSTANDING FACTS ABOUT NORTH CAROLINA 






Some Outstanding Facts About 
North Carolina 



North Carolina leads all the states in the 
average production of cotton to the acre with 
the exception of Missouri, which produces only 
a small quantity of cotton. 

North Carolina leads all the states in the 
production of tobacco. 

North Carolina raises more peanuts than 
any other State. 

North Carolina ranks fifth in the total value 
of its agricultural products, $342,637,000 for 
1922. 

In Western North Carolina's hardwood 
forests and Eastern North Carolina's pine 
forests are found the richest and largest sup- 
plies of lumber in the Eastern half of the 
United States. 

The talc mined in North Carolina commands 
the highest price of any mined in the 
United States. 

North Carolina mines 75 per cent of all 
the mica mined in the United States. 

North Carolina ranks first in the quality 
of feldspar produced in the United States. 

North Carolina has two coal mining fields. 

Only one other city in the United States 
manufactures more furniture than does one 
North Carolina — at High Point. 

A North Carolina city — Winston-Salem — 



manufactures more tohacco than any other 
city in the world. 

North Carolina has the largest denim mill 
in the world — at Greensboro. 

North Carolina has the largest damask mill 
in the world — at Greensboro. 

North Carolina has the largest towel fac- 
tory in the world — at Kannapolis. 

North Carolina has the largest underwear 
factory in the world — at Lexington. 

North Carolina leads the Southern States 
In values added to the raw materials in the 
process of manufacturing. 

North Carolina has thie second largest 
hydro-electric development in the world. 

North Carolina has the largest hosiery 
manufacturing concern in the world with 
headquarters in Durham and a chain of mills 
in a number of cities. 

North Carolina manufacturers one-fourth of 
the tobacco products manufactured in tho 
United States — leading all other States. 

North Carolina leads the South In the num- 
ber of furniture factories in the capital in- 
vested ; the number of operatives employed ; 
the variety of products and the value of th» 
annual output. 



Optometrists 



Adams, J. E., Jonesboro. 
Allen, L. H. , Burlington. 
Alexander, L. I., Asheville. 
Allen, Miss Leona, Hendersonville. 
Baisanar, Geo. E., Hickory. 
Baxter, J. O., New Bern. 
Bell, VV. L, Tarboro. 
Berke, Edward, Goldsboro. 
Bell, A. L, Belhaven. 
Best, W. L., Greenville. 
Bernau, R. C, Greensboro. 
Blauvett. E. M., Wilson. 
Brown, John B., China Grove. 
Bell, A. L., Jr., Belhaven. 
Cox, N. P., Asheboro. 
Cordle, H. J., Littleton. 
Cunnings, T. H., Greensboro. 
Campbell, John T., Washington. 
Carson, J. M., Durham. 
Conner, Chas." W. , Asheville. 
Day, Fred. N., Winston-Salem. 
Davis, Jere, Waynesville. 
Davis, W. L., Plymouth. 
Deans, J. E. North Wilkesboro. 
Denny, C. F.. Wilson. 
Downs, A, C, Clyde. 
Drake, R. H., Wilson. 
Doerner, J. C. , Raleigh. 
Dula, A. W., Lenoir. 
Day. Henry B., Wilmington. 
Denison, Jack C. Asheville. 
Essex. A. J., Hickory. 
Feilds, J. T., Laurinburg. 
Franklin, S. L, Greensboro. 
Frasier, W. G.. Durham. 
Fost, II. M. , Asheville. 
Futrell, J. T.. Rich Square. 
Fisher, F. II., Winston-Salem. 
Field, G. S., Stony Creek. 
Gardner, F. K., Asheville. 
Gholson, A. W„ Henderson. 
Giddens, R. I., Goldsboro. 



Giddens, J. F., Morehead City. 
Hall, J. G., Oxford 
Hall. A. S., Oxford 
Hadley, Z. T., Graham. 
Hackney. J. D., Franklinville. 
Hardister, .1. W. , Newton. 
Hamrick. F. A.. Shelby. 
Hatheway. J. D., Elizabeth City. 
Hardin, C. H., Shelby. 
Hawkins, W. H., Hendersonville. 
Harrison, N. A., Asheville. 
Hage, F. J., Goldsboro. 
Hight. E. E.. Hickory. 
Houser, S. P., Lincolnton. 
Huggins, H. A., Wilmington. 
Honnes, C. H., Asheville. 
Harris, Max, Mt. Olive. 
Hedrick, J. W., Winston-Salem. 
Harbour, E.' D.. Roekford. 
Holleman, T. E., Winston-Salem. 
Humphries, H. B., Rockingham. 
Jamison, Grover, Franklin. 
Jordan, F. F., Roland. 
Jordan, T. ('.. Smlthfleld. 
Jones, O. L . Burlington. 
Jordan, J. W . Dunn 
Johnson, .1. II.. Marion. 
Justice, Z. K,, Davidson. 

Jordan, L. K., Smlthfleld 
Jordan. K. A.. Dunn. 

Knight, J. w., oxford. 
Kamer, VV. A . Wilmington 
Klrkman, <;. B., Greensboro. 
Lang, >'■. L . Concord. 
Levy, Sam, Charlotte. 
i ani, w ii .. Salisbury. 

I.i.v. 0. C, Burlington 

Leonard. H. II.. Mount Airy. 
Link. K. A.. Lenoir. 
Little, X. ('.. Salisbury. 

Langston, E. i> . Hamlel 
Mace, B. B., Reldsvllle 



154 



CHIBOPB ACTORS 



Madures, J. V., Salisbury. 
Mahler. F. W., Raleigh. 
Mallard, Mrs. Cecil M., Lincoln ton. 
Mann, J. ('.. Apex. 
Mewborn, 1!. P.. Snow Hill. 
Mewborn, G. L., LaGrange. 
Mewborn, ,1. H, Kinston. 
Milgram, M. Von, Rocky Mount. 
Miller, U. E., Rockwell. 
Morrison, R. J., Cherryville. 
Morris, W. B., Gastonia. 
McCullough, J. \V., Lexington. 
Mclntyre. W. S., Altamahaw. 
Martin, H. R., Mayodan. 
Mewborn, V. H., Kinston. 
Minius, E. F., New Bern. 
Morris, D. A., Durham. 
MePherson, R. C, Mooresville. 
Odom, J. Henry, Nashville. 
Palmer, Geo. D., Wilson. 
Barker, H. R., LaGrange. 
Pearson, W. L., Fairmont. 
Perry, John D., Winstcn-Salem. 
Pierce, D. A., Maxton. 
Powell, J. B., Asheville. 
Parker, W. W., Lumberton. 
Parker, G. L. , B*>cky Mount. 
Patton, W. H., Morganton. 
Patterson, K. H., Henderson. 
Petree, G. F., Winston-Salem. 
Pierce, E. C, Gastonia. 
Balls, Floyd, Clinton. 
Bapport, Sam., Durham. 
Rosenthall, D., Wilson. 
Rountree, C. E. , Greenville. 
Ruddock, W. O., Kings Mountain. 
Reed, G. W., Clover, Va. 
Rayburn, F. B., Asheville. 
Riff, F. A., Louisburg. 
Bice, J. O., Asheville. 
Boberts, F. C, Charlotte. 
Robinson, Samuel, Asheville 



Rones, Max, High Point. 
Scbaffer, Julius, Fayetteville. 
Schaffer, L. G., Rocky Mount. 
Sherrill, W. M.. Lincolnton. 
Silverman, A., Wilmington. 
Sisk. Chas. T., Bryson City. 
Snider, S. M., Durham. 
Smith, Howard, Monroe. 
Southerland, Odell, Charlotte. 
Sorrell, W. B., Chapel Hill. 
Spingler, A. G., Baleigh. 
Stames, F. E., Albemarle. 
Stone, R. G., Laurinburg. 
Schiffman, H. A., Greensboro. 
Sancton, J. E.. Clayton. 
Selig, J. W.. Elizabeth City. 
Shearin, T. A., Warrenton. 
Smith, Howard, Monroe. 
Southerland, B. A., Charlotte. 
Spence, E. B., Goldsboro. 
Staley, D. F., High Point. 
Staley, A. P.. High Point. 
Stewart, P. A., Dunn. 
Taylor, J. W., Greensboro. 
Tesh, J. Fred. High Point. 
Tesh, J. M., Beidsville. 
Vineburg, C. P., Wilmington. 
Vogler, H. E., Winston-Salem. 
Van, Sleen, Gastonia. 
Welch, W. P., High Point. 
Whittenton, J. W., Benson. 
Whitfield, G. L., Franklinton. 
Wilson. H. D., Shelby. 
Wolf, F. B., Beaufort. 
Wagoner, W. M., Newton. 
Wagoner, B. F., Newton. 
Walker. E. N., Winston-Salem. 
Wakefield, B. F., Charlotte. 
Williams, D. L., Winston-Salem. 
Woodard. B. W.. Statesville. 
Wynn. B. D., Raleigh. 
Walker, Nat, Winstonu Salem. 



Chiropractors 



Bremmer, Chas., Henderson. 
Betts, Ralph A., Durham. 
Brown, Ernest C, Sanford. 
Brown, Isabell E., Winston-Salem. 
Bowman, W. I., Beidsville. 
Brown, J. Henri, Baleigh. 
Ball, J. B., Greenville. 
Coleman, S. D., Boxboro. 
Carlson, C. I., Greensboro. 
Cathey, Eva, Boeky Mount. 
Cox, Eugene L. , Winston-Salem. 
Cox, Bobert M., Winston-Salem. 
Credeman, C. H. , Greensboro. 
Cunningham, J. M., New Bern. 
Cox, C. C, Durham. 
Carlson, Evelyn, Greensboro. 
Cox, Jeter P., Mt. Airy. 
DuFrense, E. L, Washington. 
Davis, B. B. , Asheville. 
Elliott, G. C. Wilmington. 
Eshelman, Lucy, North Wilkesboro. 
Elmore, Harry G., Spencer. 
Florman, Erick, High Point. 
Groves, M. H., Charlotte. 
Green, Eunice, Marshville. 
Hall, S., Wilmington. B. F. D. 2. 
Hodgin, Roy I., Asheboro. 
Hodgin, Clay, Lumberton. 
Hales, J. B., Goldshoro. 
Hoff, F. T., Raleigh 
Hull, M. E., Durham. 
Henderson, C. E., Charlotte. 
Jeffcoat, G. H., Burlington. 
Jarrett, B. M., Shelby, Forest City. 
Jeffcoat, W. C, Burlington. 
Johnson, B. F., Smithfield. 



Kosterman, J. A., Fayetteville. 
Leonard, J. F. G., Beepsville. 
Samuel, Levy, Charlotte. 
Love, W. P., Charlotte. 
McCullouch, J. W.. Lexington. 
McGee, Baymond L., Mooresville. 
Miller, A. C, Statesville. 
Miller, Mary Lou, Bockingham. 
Miller, B. G., Lenoir. 
Murray, Willard E. , Apex. 
O'Brien, E. J., Charlotte. 
Porter, B. M., Kinston. 
Palmer, George D.. Wilson. 
Patterson, Irene, Liberty. 
Pfaff, J. C, Marion. 
Pratt, F. P., Leaksville. 
Perkins, F. L., Spencer. 
Baby, G. \V, Hickory. 
Bamsaure, Bobert, Shelby. 
Bogers, E. E.. Knowille. 
Boney, Bobert H.. Rocky Mount. 
Schiller, Jacques, Asheville. 
Small. J. C, Gastonia. 
Shauers, J. A., Concord. 
Shelmire, Celia T., Asheville. 
Splude, T. C, Albemarle. 
Stirewalt, H. A., China Grove. 
Stout, E. L. , Greensboro. 
Smith, E. E., Murphy. 
Smith, Carl B., Winston-Salem. 
Todd, Kenneth, Charlotte. 
Tucker & Tucker, Asheville. 
Weidman, Maude E.. Goldsboro. 
Woodall. J. W., Asheville. 
Ward, J. A., Hillsboro. 
Wooton, Wm. K., Fayettevjlle. 



PATTEKSON SI EMOIUAL (I P 



Patterson Memorial Cup 



The Patterson Memorial Cup was given by 
Mrs. Landsay Patterson, of Winston-Salem, in 
memory of her father, William Houston Pat- 
terson. It is given "To that resident of the 
State who, during the twelve months from 
September 1st of the previous year to Sep- 
tember 1st of the year of the award, has 
displayed either in prose or poetry, without 
regard to its length, the greatest excellence 
and the highest literary skill and genius." 

To date, the following awards have been 
made: 

1905 — John Charles McNeill, for poems later 
reprinted in book form as "Songs, Merry and 
Sad." 

1906 — Edwin Mims, for "Life of Sidney 
Lanier." 

1907 — Kemp Plummer Battle, for "History 
of the University of North Carolina." 

1908 — Samuel A'Court Ashe, for "History 
of North Carolina, Vol. I." 

1909 — Clarence Poe, for "A Southerner in 
Europe." 



1910— R. D. W. Connor, for "Cornelius 
Harnett: An Essay In North Carolina 11 1, 
tory. " 

1911 — Archibald Henderson, for "George 
Bernard Shaw: His Life and Works." 

1912— Clarence Poe, for "Where Half the 
World is Waking Up." 

1913 — Horace Kephart, for "Our Southern 
Highlanders." 

1911— J. G. deR. Hamilton, for "Recon- 
struction in North Carolina." 

1915 — William Louis Poteat, for "The New 
Peace." 

1916— No award. 

1917— Mrs. Olive Tilford Dargan. for "The 
Cycle's Rim." 

1918— No award. 

1919 — Miss Winnifred Kirkland, for "Th.' 
New Death." 

1920— No award. 

1921 — No award. 

1922 — Josephus Daniels, for "Our Navv At 
War." 



Postal Information 



Domestic Letter Rate — 2 cents an ounce or 
fraction thereof. Includes letters or other 
first class matter addressed for local delivery 
or for transmission from one place to another 
within the United States, or to or from or 
between the possessions of the United States, 
Hawaii, Porto Rico, Virgin Islands of the 
United States, Canal Zone, the Philippines, 
Guam, Tutulla, (U. S. Samoa), United States 
naval vessels. United States Naval Hospital 
and United States Navy Fuel Depot at Yoko- 
hama, Japan. The U. S. Postmaster General an- 
nounced Sept. 25, 1922, that on Dec. 31 he 
would abandon the United States postal 
agency at Shanghai, China, and that the 
2-cent letter rate would not include Shanghai 
after No. 30, 1922. 

The limit of weight for first-class matter is 
the same as for fourth-class parcel post, 70 
pounds, local, or in the first, second or third 
zone ; 50 pounds in the other zones. 

First-class matter includes written matter, 
matter sealed against inspection, postal cards, 
and private mailing cards. 

Aeroplane letter rate is 2 cents an ounce 
or fraction thereof. 

Domestic Postal Card Rate — 1 cent as to 
each country and place in the above para- 
graph ; reply card, 2 cents. The rate for 
private mailing cards is 1 cent each. 

Second-Class Matter — Periodical publications, 
no limit of weight. The rate to the public is 
1 cent for each 4 ounces or fraction thereof, 
for complete copies. Incomplete copies are 
subjected to third-class or fourth-class rates, 
according to their physical character. 

Third-Class Slatter — Printed paper matter 
other than books, and other than such periodi- 
cal publications as are entitled to second-class 
rates. The limit of weight is 4 pounds. The 
rate i3 1 cent for each 2 ounces or fraction 
thereof. Packages over 4 pounds in weight go 
as fourth -class parcel-post matter. 

Fourth-class Matter — (domestic parcel post) 
— Includes all mailable matter not in the pre 
ceding classes. It may be insured and may 
be sent C. O. D. 

Rates of postage on fourth-class or parcel- 
post matter — to he fully prepaid — unsealed - 
are as follows: (a) Parcels weighting l on 



or less, except books, seeds, plants, etc., 1 
cent for each ounce or fraction thereof, any 
distance; (b) Parcels weighing 8 ounces or 
less, containing books, seeds, cuttings, bulbs, 
roots, scions, and plants, 1 cent for each 
2 ounces or fraction thereof, regardless of 
distance; (c) Parcels weighting more than 8 
ounces, containing hooks, plants, etc.. parcels 
of miscellaneous printed matter weighing more 
than 4 pounds, and all other parcels of fourth- 
class matter weighing more than 4 ounces, are 
chargeable, according to distance or zone, 
at the pound rates shown below, a fraction 
of a pound being considered a full pound. 

Local rates — 1 lb. 5 cts. ; 2-3 lbs. 6 cts. ; 
4-5 lbs., 7 cts.; 6-7 lbs., 8 cts.; 1-9 lbs., 9 
cts.; 10-11 lbs., 10 cts.; 12-13 lbs., 11 cts.: 
14-15 lbs., 12 cts.; 16-17 lbs., 13 cts.; 18-19 
lbs., 14 cts.; 20-21 lbs., 15 cts. ; 22-28 lbs.. 
16 cts.; 24-25 lbs., 17 cts.; 26-27 lbs.. Is 
cts.; 28-29 lbs., 19 cts.: 311-31 lbs.. 20 eta . 
32-33 lbs., 21 cts.; 31-35 lbs., 22 cts ; 36-37 
lbs., 23 cts.; 38-39 lbs., -1 cts: 40-4] lbs. 
25 cts.; 42-43 lbs., 26 cts.; 41-4:. lbs. 2J 
cts.; 46-47 lbs., 28 cts.; 48-49 lbs., 29 cts.; 
50-51 lbs., 30 cts. — and so on up to 70 lbs., 
1 cent additional for each 2 lbs. or fraction. 



North Carolina in 
Congress 

SENATORS 
Lee s. Overman, Shim 
F. M Simmons, New Bern. 

REPRESENTATIVES 

Dist. 

i Ballett s. Ward. Washington. 

2. Claud.' Kit. bin. S. -..111111, 1 Neck. 

3. Charles I.. Abernethy, Nevs Bern 
1. Edward W. Pou, Smlthfleld. 

;,. Charles U Stedm&n, Greensboro. 
ti. Homer I. Lyon, Whiteville, 

7. William C, Hammer, Aaheboro, 

8. Robert I,. Doughton, Laurel Springs. 
B Lifted It. Bulwlnkle, Ga I 

in, Zebulon Weaver, Uhevllle, 



156 THE NORTH CAROLINA YEAR BOOK 

"READ IT BECAUSE THEY HAVE TO" 

"The News and Observer Is An Institution Read By Something Like 
75,000 People, Two-Fifths of Whom Hate It Like The Devil." 

(From The News and Observer, November 19, 1911.) 

In connection with its year's work on the newspaper situation, Col- 
lier's offered sixty prizes of fifty dollars each in the cities and regions 
of the United States and Canada for the best letters from readers con- 
cerning their newspapers. It prints the prize-winning letters. In its 
issue of last week it prints the prize North Carolina letter — It was 
written by Dr. G. M. Cooper, of Clinton, and his subject was "The News 
and Observer." Colliers' paid Dr. Cooper fifty dollars for the letter, as 
it paid fifty-nine others who wrote the best criticism concerning news- 
papers in all States. These letters have been interesting and illuminat- 
ing and helpful both to the public and to the editors. It is a good 
thing for an editor to read the opinion of a subscriber, particularly 
when a great newspaper, like Colliers' thinks enough of the opinion 
of the writer to pay fifty dollars for it. If he is a wise editor he will 
be helped by candid criticisms. Dr. Cooper's is most kind, but is the 
sort of criticism of which it was said by the highest authority: "Faith- 
ful are the wounds of a friend." Here is his article for which Colliers' 
paid Dr. Cooper fifty dollars: 

RALEIGH, N. C. 

I read the daily "News and Observer" of Raleigh, N. C. That paper 
is an institution. It is read by something like seventy-five thousand 
people, two-fifths of whom hate it like the Devil, but read it just the 
same. "Why? Because they have to. Its policies make and unmake 
Governors, Senators, Judges and lights of lesser magnitude. Politically 
it is mightier than all the politicians and bosses in the State, for the 
simple reason that it is backed by public opinion. 

Ask any of the enemies why they read The News and Observer and 
the answer is always the same: ''It publishes the news." That is lit- 
erally the truth; nothing of real interest is suppressed. By "news" I do 
not mean the sickening stories of crime and domestic infelicity that fill 
the columns of most daily papers. I mean news of political importance 
or of significance to society in general. In other words, its news mat- 
ter is clean and healthy. In its editorials it reflects the best thought of 
the soundest thinkers in the country and especially the South. 

Another good reason for the influence wielded by this paper is its 
direct personal appeal. No one knows or cares who owns its stock, 
but every line it publishes is universally regarded as the honest, sin- 
cere convictions of the editor. To illustrate this point: It is Demo- 
cratic in politics, and whenever a Republican speaker or paper alludes 
to an editorial in The News and Observer they always refer to "Jose- 
phus" (its editor is Josephus Daniels). That is "personal journalism" 
which might make even a Nelson or a Watterson take notice. No 
mortal man can measure the influence which this one paper exerts. It 
has fought and won many battles for better conditions in North Caro- 
lina. Its voice has been remarkably clear for the people against spe- 
cial privilege in national affairs. 

Much more might be said in commendation of this paper, which for 
many a year to come bids fair to continue master of the newspaper field 
in this section of the South. But what I have said is sufficient to illus- 
trate its power for good. 

On the other hand what criticism have I to offer? Very little. First, 
and chief, it is not at all times and in all things consistent. For in- 
stance, it carries no whiskey advertisements, but thousands of its 
friends are frequently forced to blush with shame at some of its glaring 
patent medicine announcements. 

Second, and in conclusion, as a friend to the principles for which this 
paper stands; as one who loves the glorious history of this great coun- 
try, and who hopes for its future, I would beseech its editor to beware 
lest in its zeal for the cause he brings to me. perhaps unconsciously, 
just a little more of the spirit of partizanship than of the spirit of 
democracy. 

Clinton, N. C. G. M. COOPER 

Since the above was written, the circulation has increased and the 
paper Is read by 125,000 people daily 



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